There are some marked differences in the way that the Ribbon is handled between Outlook and the Web Client of Dynamics CRM.
Mandatory DisplayRule and EnableRule
In the Web Client you can create buttons that refer to a command with just an action. If you want to make the button appear in Outlook, y... [More]
If you want to add a custom group or tab to a CRM2011 ribbon, you're going to need to understand the scaling mechanism. Following the SDK tutorials and other sources around the internet will give you a basic template, but it only starts to become clear when you see it in action. The Ribbon Workbench... [More]
The Ribbon Workbench for CRM 2011 makes it very easy to add menu items and sections, but occasionally you may need to dynamically change the menu items depending on run-time variables such as the selected record or security roles.
The following video shows adding a Flyout Anc... [More]
The Ribbon Workbench for CRM 2011 makes it easy to add a ribbon button to SubGrid ribbons. Your new custom button will be always shown when you have selected a subgrid on a related (1:N) entity parent entity form. Of course entities can have more than one relationship and so the same SubGr... [More]
Ribbon Groups are sets of Ribbon controls that change their layout to fit the available window width. Buttons will change size and position as defined by the template and scale settings. If you need to move buttons around within a stanard group so that the buttons used most often are always visible,... [More]
There are occations when you need to change the command of an existing ribbon button, without changing the actual button its self. In the Ribbon Xml the Command and the Button are logically separated so that the Command can be used on more than one button.
The Ribbon Workbench for CRM 2011 allows y... [More]