Vcl.Dialogs.TCustomFileSaveDialog Properties

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ClientGuidpublicGUID associated with a dialog's persisted state.
ComObjectpublicSpecifies the interface reference implemented by the component.
ComponentCountpublicIndicates the number of components owned by the component.
ComponentIndexpublicIndicates the position of the component in its owner's Components property array.
ComponentspublicLists all components owned by the component.
ComponentStatepublicDescribes the current state of the component, indicating when a component needs to avoid certain actions.
ComponentStylepublicGoverns the behavior of the component.
DefaultExtensionpublicDefault extension to be added to file names.
DefaultFolderpublicDefault folder if there is no recently used folder.
DesignInfopublicContains information used by the Form designer.
DialogpublicPointer to dialog.
DisposedprotectedDisposed is a read-only property that shows the current state of this object.
FavoriteLinkspublicList of places available for the user to open or save items.
FileNamepublicText in the dialog's file name edit box.
FileNameLabelpublicText of the label next to file name edit box.
FilespublicList of selected file names.
FileTypeIndexpublicDetermines which filter is selected by default when the dialog opens.
FileTypespublicDetermines the file type masks (filters) available in the dialog.
HandlepublicSpecifies the window handle of the dialog.
NamepublishedSpecifies the name of the component as referenced in code.
ObserverspublicIndicates the TObservers object added to the TComponent.
OkButtonLabelpublicText of the Open or Save button.
OptionspublicList of options that control the dialog.
OwnerpublicIndicates the component that is responsible for streaming and freeing this component.
ShellItempublicCurrent shell item.
ShellItemspublicArray of current shell items.
TagpublishedStores a NativeInt integral value as a part of a component.
TitlepublicDialog title.
VCLComObjectpublicRepresents information used internally by components that support COM.