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WPF: A Beginner's Guide - Part 6 of n

, 5 Apr 2008 CPOL
An introduction into WPF Styles and Templates.
part6_styles_and_templates.zip
Part6_Styles_And_Templates
Styles_And_Templates
Beatriz Costa Planet ListBox
bin
Debug
Styles_And_Templates.exe
Styles_And_Templates.vshost.exe
Styles_And_Templates.vshost.exe.manifest
Data
Images
2moons_2.gif
DataLogo.png
earglobe.gif
jupglobe.gif
marglobe.gif
merglobe.gif
nepglobe.gif
planetx.jpg
plutoch_2.gif
sun.jpg
uraglobe.gif
venglobe.gif
obj
Debug
Bea Costa Planet ListBox
Beatriz Costa Planet ListBox
Templates
TempPE
Properties
Settings.settings
part6_styles_and_templates_vb.zip
Part6_Styles_And_Templates_VB
Part6_Styles_And_Templates_VB
Beatriz Costa Planet ListBox
bin
Debug
Part6_Styles_And_Templates.exe
Part6_Styles_And_Templates.vshost.exe
Part6_Styles_And_Templates.vshost.exe.manifest
Data
Images
2moons_2.gif
DataLogo.png
earglobe.gif
jupglobe.gif
marglobe.gif
merglobe.gif
nepglobe.gif
planetx.jpg
plutoch_2.gif
sun.jpg
uraglobe.gif
venglobe.gif
My Project
MyExtensions
Settings.settings
obj
Debug
Beatriz Costa Planet ListBox
TempPE
Part6_Styles_And_Templates_VB.vbproj.user
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<doc>
<assembly>
<name>
Part6_Styles_And_Templates
</name>
</assembly>
<members>
<member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.Application.InitializeComponent">
	<summary>
InitializeComponent
</summary>
</member><member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.Application.Main">
	<summary>
Application Entry Point.
</summary>
</member><member name="T:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.Application">
	<summary>
Application
</summary>
</member><member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.DemoLauncherWindow.InitializeComponent">
	<summary>
InitializeComponent
</summary>
</member><member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.PlanetsListBoxWindow.InitializeComponent">
	<summary>
InitializeComponent
</summary>
</member><member name="T:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.PlanetsListBoxWindow">
	<summary>
PlanetsListBoxWindow
</summary>
</member><member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.XamlGeneratedNamespace.GeneratedInternalTypeHelper.CreateInstance(System.Type,System.Globalization.CultureInfo)">
	<summary>
CreateInstance
</summary>
</member><member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.XamlGeneratedNamespace.GeneratedInternalTypeHelper.GetPropertyValue(System.Reflection.PropertyInfo,System.Object,System.Globalization.CultureInfo)">
	<summary>
GetPropertyValue
</summary>
</member><member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.XamlGeneratedNamespace.GeneratedInternalTypeHelper.SetPropertyValue(System.Reflection.PropertyInfo,System.Object,System.Object,System.Globalization.CultureInfo)">
	<summary>
SetPropertyValue
</summary>
</member><member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.XamlGeneratedNamespace.GeneratedInternalTypeHelper.CreateDelegate(System.Type,System.Object,System.String)">
	<summary>
CreateDelegate
</summary>
</member><member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.XamlGeneratedNamespace.GeneratedInternalTypeHelper.AddEventHandler(System.Reflection.EventInfo,System.Object,System.Delegate)">
	<summary>
AddEventHandler
</summary>
</member><member name="T:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.XamlGeneratedNamespace.GeneratedInternalTypeHelper">
	<summary>
GeneratedInternalTypeHelper
</summary>
</member><member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.HierarchicalDataTemplateWindow.InitializeComponent">
	<summary>
InitializeComponent
</summary>
</member><member name="T:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.HierarchicalDataTemplateWindow">
	<summary>
HierarchicalDataTemplateWindow
</summary>
</member><member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.VariousControlTemplatesWindow.InitializeComponent">
	<summary>
InitializeComponent
</summary>
</member><member name="T:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.VariousControlTemplatesWindow">
	<summary>
VariousControlTemplatesWindow
</summary>
</member><member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.DemoLauncherWindow.#ctor">
	<summary> 
 Constructs a new DemoLauncherWindow, and 
 creates a bunch of <see cref="T:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.DemoListItem"> 
 DemoListItem</see> items to be used within the 
 contained ListBox 
 </summary>
</member><member name="M:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.DemoLauncherWindow.lstDemos_SelectionChanged(System.Object,System.Windows.Controls.SelectionChangedEventArgs)">
	<summary> 
 Show the demo window requested 
 </summary>
</member><member name="T:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.DemoLauncherWindow">
	<summary> 
 Simply launches the reqested demo window, oh and 
 also demonstrates the use of a DataTemplate within 
 the associated DemoLauncherWindow.xaml 
 </summary>
</member><member name="P:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.My.MyWpfExtension.Application">
	<summary>
 Returns the application object for the running application
 </summary>
</member><member name="P:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.My.MyWpfExtension.Computer">
	<summary>
 Returns information about the host computer.
 </summary>
</member><member name="P:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.My.MyWpfExtension.User">
	<summary>
 Returns information for the current user.  If you wish to run the application with the current 
 Windows user credentials, call My.User.InitializeWithWindowsUser().
 </summary>
</member><member name="P:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.My.MyWpfExtension.Log">
	<summary>
 Returns the application log. The listeners can be configured by the application's configuration file.
 </summary>
</member><member name="P:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.My.MyWpfExtension.Windows">
	<summary>
 Returns the collection of Windows defined in the project.
 </summary>
</member><member name="T:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.My.MyWpfExtension">
	<summary>
 Module used to define the properties that are available in the My Namespace for WPF
 </summary>
	<remarks></remarks>
</member><member name="T:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.DemoListItem">
	<summary> 
 Is used within the <see cref="T:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.DemoLauncherWindow"> 
 demo launcher window</see> as individual listBox 
 items 
 </summary>
</member><member name="T:Part6_Styles_And_Templates.LeagueList">
	<summary> 
 Provides a simple LeagueList, holding dummy 
 data to demonstrate binding to Hierarchical 
 data structures 
 </summary>
</member>
</members>
</doc>

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