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QuestionWhat do i need to install silverlight and make it run in visual studio2008 Pin
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QuestionHow to use same usercontrol multiple time in the silverlight Pin
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Either you are instantiating the objects yourself, and can take them with x:Name and have your own reference, or you are using them in a template in the DataGrid. If you are using them in a template, you can hook into the Loaded event and do something with them. For example, you might do this:

<DataGrid>...<u:MyControl Loaded="MyControl_Loaded".../>...</DataGrid>

In the MyControl_Loaded you can then take the event arguments and do something with the control, either processing, passing it into a controller, etc.


QuestionPositioning controls on a WPF form Pin
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QuestionHow to add runtime events for dynamic textbox controls in wpf [modified] Pin
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QuestionHosting Silverlight Application on IIS Pin
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