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FormWPF()
{
// Create a FlowDocument
                FlowDocument mcFlowDoc = new FlowDocument();
                // Create a paragraph with text
                Paragraph para = new Paragraph();
                para.Inlines.Add(new Run("Text me ? "));
                para.Inlines.Add(new Bold(new Run("Test Bold")));
                // Add the paragraph to blocks of paragraph
                mcFlowDoc.Blocks.Add(para);
   RichTextEditor rd = new RichTextEditor();
  rd.Document = mcFlowDoc;  // got error does not contain definition for Document
}

xaml code for RichTextEditor

HTML
<stackpanel>
 <richtextbox name="mainRTB" acceptstab="True" height="500" width="900">
  asis:RichTextboxAssistant.BoundDocument="{Binding Path=Text, ElementName=uxRichTextEditor}"
                            VerticalScrollBarVisibility="Visible" />
               <!--<textbox text="{Binding Path=Text, ElementName=uxRichTextEditor}" height="25" />-->
           </richtextbox></stackpanel>
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Updated 11-Mar-12 22:18pm
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You are gettin confused between ASP's RichTextEditor and WPF's RichTextBox. In this line
C#
RichTextEditor rd = new RichTextEditor();
  rd.Document = mcFlowDoc;  // got error does not contain definition for Document
you are creating a RichTextEditor, which does not have a Document property, instead of a RichTextBox, which does.
   
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palanirajan 12-Mar-12 3:45am
   
Hi , Thanks,

RichTextEditor is nothing but a richText box created in xaml Code
How can add Document property to this?

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