This video contains a brief overview of the RadRibbonBar. (Runtime: 02:15)
With the RadRibbonBar control you can build user interfaces similar to those used in Microsoft Office 2007. The figure below shows an example of a RadRibbonBar usage scenario:
RadRibbonBar control provides a flexible way for organizing all the functionality of your application:
The entire application functionality is accessible from a single place.
RadRibbonBar is divided into tabs such as Write, Insert, and Page Layout. Tabs can be permanently visible or shown contextually.
When the users clicks on a tab, they are presented with the ribbon groups such as Clipboard, Font, and Paragraph.
Each group can hold an unlimited number of controls including toolbars, combo boxes, galleries, and other Telerik controls.
The Application Menu Button in the upper left of the ribbon provides quick access to the most important commands listed in the Application Menu.
An optional Quick Access Toolbar above or below the ribbon tabs an be used for customization or frequently-used commands.
Key tips can be used to help users learn the shortcut keys to activate individual controls.