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How can I convert objects created in Microsoft Expression and saved as xaml files to cs format so that they can be added as objects in my visual studio toolbox

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How can I convert objects created in Microsoft Expression and saved as xaml files to cs format so that they can be added as objects in my visual studio toolbox
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Updated 10-Jun-18 5:17am

You're getting ahead of yourself.

Any XAML "user controls" (created in Blend or VS) will "automatically" show up on the toolbox if they are in scope (project folders and / or class libraries).
 
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I am not aware of any automated converter, so as far as I know, your best bet is to simply create WPF class libraries that contain your controls in their XAML form. I do it all the time.

I can't think of any tangible benefit to putting converting XAML to C#...
 
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