In the Address section of the form, enter the following information as appropriate and observe any noted restrictions or requirements as needed:
Street 1, Street 2, Street 3
City, State/Province, ZIP/Postal Code
In the Analysis section of the form, enter the following information as appropriate and observe any noted restrictions or requirements as needed:
Use the Notes section of the form to add time-stamped notes or attach files as necessary.
On the Command Bar, in the Save group, click Save.
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RIBBON COMMAND ELEMENTS
The <CommandDefinition> (RibbonDiffXml) element defines a command in the ribbon. The Id attribute specifies a unique identifier for the command that can be referenced by ribbon control elements by using the Command parameter.
A ribbon command defines three things:
Enable Rules: Specifies when a specific ribbon control will be enabled.
When configuring Ribbon elements you can define specific rules to control when the ribbon elements are enabled. The <EnableRule> (RibbonDiffXml) element is used as follows:
Use the /RuleDefinitions/EnableRules/EnableRule element to define rules controlling when the ribbon element should be enabled.
Use the /CommandDefinitions/CommandDefinition/EnableRules/EnableRule element to associate specific enable rules to a command definition.
Display Rules: Specifies when a specific ribbon element will be visible.
When configuring ribbon elements, you can define specific rules to control when the ribbon elements will display.
Use the /RuleDefinitions/DisplayRules/<DisplayRule> (RibbonDiffXml) element to define rules controlling when the ribbon element should be displayed.
Use the /CommandDefinitions/CommandDefinition/DisplayRules/<DisplayRule> (RibbonDiffXml) element to associate specific display rules to a command definition.
Actions: Specifies what code will execute when a ribbon control is uses.
Define the actions to be performed by a ribbon control in a <CommandDefinition> (RibbonDiffXml) element together with rules that control whether the control is enabled or visible in the ribbon.
A Ribbon control can perform two types of actions and may include multiple actions:
Open a URL: The ribbon opens a URL using the value from an Address attribute in the <Url> (RibbonDiffXml) Additional parameters can pass information about how what querystring parameters are passed and the mode in which the window opens. You have several options to pass parameters to a URL using the ribbon. For more information, see Pass Parameters to a URL By Using the Ribbon.
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