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Skinning a WPF App in Blend

, 23 Jan 2011 CPOL
Learn how to skin a WPF application in Expression Blend.

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Meshack Musundi
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Meshack has about 7 years of programming experience initially starting off with Java before shifting to .NET, thanks to the allure of WPF.

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