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How to extend a WPF Textbox to Custom Picker

, 24 Nov 2012 CPOL
This article is to show how to extend a standard WPF Textbox to behave as a Picker via Template Style.
CustomPicker-noexe.zip
CustomPicker
CustomPicker.suo
CustomPicker
App.ico
CustomPicker.csproj.user
Images
Calculator_Icon.png
Calendar_Icon.png
Down_Icon.gif
Expand_Collapse_Icon.png
Properties
Settings.settings
Utility
CustomPicker.zip
CustomPicker.suo
App.ico
CustomPicker.csproj.user
Calculator_Icon.png
Calendar_Icon.png
Down_Icon.gif
Expand_Collapse_Icon.png
Settings.settings
ThirdParty
WPFToolkit.dll
WPFToolkit.Extended.dll
CustomPicker_SampleExe.zip
Release
CustomPicker.exe
WPFToolkit.Extended.dll

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