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Hi,
1. I want to create the properties like Command and Content of the user control's button which is used for another user control as buttons.
2. How to replace the image which is used inside button of a user control and is used for another user control's buttons.

In xaml: create a button as a user control containing a button which contains an image.

C#
<Button>
  <stackPanel>
    <Button>
      <ButtonStyle>
         <Style TargetType = "{x: Type Button}">
           <setter property = "Template">
             <setter.value>
                <controlTemplate TemplateType = "{x: Type Button}">
                   <ControlPresenter width= "{TemplateBinding Width}"/>
                  
                    </controlTemplate >
                   </setter.value>
                 </setter>
              </Style>
           </ButtonStyle>
             <Image source = ".jpg"  >
         </Button>
   <stackPanel>
</Button
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Step : 1 - Create new command as a DepenedecyProperty and implement it 

Steo : 2 -  Bind Command property in the button the the MyButtonCommandProperty in your UserControl.


public Class YourUserControl: UserControl 
 {

      public YourUserControl()
      {
          MyButtonCommad = new RelayCommand
                     (
                         () => { // do some stuff in execute delegate},
                         () => { return true ;}                                                        
                     );
      }

      public bool MyButtonCommad 
      {
           get { return (ICommand)GetValue(MyButtonCommandProperty ); }
           set { SetValue(MyButtonCommandProperty , value); }
      }    

      public static readonly DependencyProperty MyButtonCommandProperty = 
                             DependencyProperty.Register("MyButtonCommad ", typeof(ICommand),new FrameworkPropertyMetadata(null));

 }


// XAML : 

<Window>
      <StackPanel>
          <Button Command={Binding ElementName=control1,Path=MyButtonCommad ,Mode=OneWay/>
          <YourUserControl: x:Name="control1" />
      </StackPanel>
 </Window>
 
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Gautam Kesari B 1-Dec-13 1:52am    
There is no Command property in intelligence in xaml of the button created as an user control and used in another user control. I want to inherit that button from first user control and apply to second user control which behaves differently as more than on buttons. But i did not find the command property of the button in second user control. How to create the command property of the second user control's button ?

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