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I discovered a pretty easy way to keep from pushing the right hand columns beyond the visible window, and the technique should work for any number of columns. In a two column Grid instead of setting a minimum width on the right hand column, set a maximum width on the left column. If the Grid size is fixed, that is all that would be necessary. The width to set is the desired MinWidth subtracted from width of the Grid. When the left hand column is equal to the maximum size, the splitter won't move any further right.

If the Grid size needs to be elastic, a little coding should handle that so that the MaxWidth of the left column is always equal to Grid.Width minus the desire maximum width of the right hand column.
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