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The controls on the actions pane have the same data binding capabilities as controls on Windows Forms.
You can bind the controls to data sources such as data sets, typed data sets, and XML.
After the actions pane is displayed, you can dynamically add or remove controls in response to the user's actions.
Typically, you add the code to display the actions pane in the so that the actions pane is visible when the user first opens the document.
If you are adding multiple controls to the actions pane, in most cases you should group the controls in a user control, and then add the user control to the Controls property.
This process includes the following steps: Although the Actions Pane class has a Hide method and a Visible property, you cannot remove the actions pane from the user interface by using any members of the Actions Pane class itself.
For more information, see Data Binding and Windows Forms.
You can use Windows Forms controls or WPF controls to design the actions pane user interface.However, you might want to display the actions pane only in response to a user's action in the document.For example, you might add the code to the event of a control on the document.Although the Actions Pane class has a Visible Changed event, this event is not raised when the end user closes the actions pane.Instead, this event is raised when the controls on the actions pane are hidden by calling the Hide method or by setting the Visible property to false.