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Please don't raise the same question in multiple locations. You've just made it harder for yourself to get a cohesive answer. I'm not going to create an account on CodeGuru just to answer this question when the forums here are perfectly capable.

On the surface, it would appear that the two items are the same because they have the same syntax. Well, this is true to the extent that an attached event IS a routed event. A routed event, however, is not an attached event. In other words, an attached event is a specialised form of routed event.

So, what is an attached event? Well, basically, it's an event that can be attached to another element without the other element having to be aware that this capability is present. If you think about it as being like an attached property for events then it starts to make sense. So, why do we have this? Well, it allows you to extend WPF through composition rather than inheritance.
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