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How to Bind an Adorner to an Element?

, 13 Nov 2010 CPOL
Binding an Adorner to an Element
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venugopalm
Software Developer (Senior) Logitech Engineering & Design (India) Pvt. Ltd.
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Venugopal works as a Senior Software Engineer in Logitech Engineering & Design (India) Pvt. Ltd. He hold a Masters in Computer Applications and has 4+ years experience in C#, XAML, Silverlight & WPF.

Venugopal firmly believes "technology is impermanent, change is not"!. While he has strong technical inclination towards MS technologies, he is deeply passionate about pursuing his career in Windows7-WPF and Silverlight Technology.

Venu engages in a wide gamut of temperamental hobbies ranging from making friends, traveling, helping his friends studies. To murmuring songs and watching movies in leisure time.

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