Working with Controls in the WPF Designer
Using the WPF Designer for Visual Studio, you create WPF applications by dragging controls from the Toolbox and dropping them onto the design surface. You can choose from a wide variety of existing controls, and you can create your own custom user controls.
In This Section
How to: Change An Element's Font
Describes how to change the font properties of an element by using the Properties window
Collection Editor Dialog Box (WPF)
Provides an overview of the collection editor dialog box, which enables editing collection properties in the Properties window.
How to: Populate Collections by Using the Collection Editor
Describes how to quickly populate collections and edit the properties of the items in a collection.
How to: Use a Third-Party WPF Control in a WPF Application
Describes how to use a third-party WPF control in your WPF application.
Controls without a Visual Design-time
Lists the WPF controls that do not have a specific visual design experience.
Provides an empty control that can be used to create other controls.
Contains links to topics that describe how to use WPF controls.