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This section of the Drop Files Components documentation describes the API exposed by the components to programmers.
|Contains three components that support file drag and drop from Windows Explorer along with subsidiary components that can filter dropped files.
|Contains the design time elements of the drop files components: a component editor, a property editor and the component and editor registration code.
|Container control that catches files dragged and dropped onto its client area or the client area of child controls.
|Non-visual component that catches files dragged and dropped onto the form that contains the component.
|Non-visual component that catches files dragged and dropped onto an associated control.
|File filter component that filters files according to their extension.
|File filter component that filters files according to a DOS-style wild card.
|An abstract base class for file filter components.
|TPJDropFilesOption & TPJDropFilesOptions
|Enumerated type and set that define the possible values of the Options property of the drop files components.
|Type of OnFileFilter events of the drop files components.
|Enumeration representing the kind of filtering performed by the TPJExtFileFilter.Style property.
|Property editor for the Extensions property of the TPJExtFileFilter component. This editor displays a dialogue box where extensions can be added, removed and saved in the correct format.
|Component editor that causes an event handler for the OnDropFiles events of the drop file components to be opened in the designer when the components are double-clicked. The default action without this component editor is to open the rarely used OnBeforeDrop event handler, which is not very useful.
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