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Posted 15 Apr 2009

Creating the Microsoft Outlook Appointment View in WPF - Part 1

, 22 Apr 2009
Part 1 of a series describing creation of a WPF based appointment control with the Outlook look and feel

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4 - publicly available No 22-Apr-09 15:57 Available Deeksha Shenoy
3 No 22-Apr-09 16:07 Composing Sean Ewington
2 No 17-Apr-09 8:11 Composing Deeksha Shenoy
1 No 17-Apr-09 5:40 Composing Deeksha Shenoy

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Richard Gavel
Architect Catalyst Software Solutions
United States United States
Richard Gavel is a Solutions Architect with Catalyst Software Solutions in Chicago, IL with a focus in Microsoft .NET technologies and SQL databases. He has been a developer in the industry for 12 years and has worked on both small scale and enterprise projects with thick and thin client front ends.

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