Using Controls and Dialog Boxes
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The following topics show how to use the controls and dialog boxes that are available with the Silverlight runtime and the Silverlight SDK.
In This Section
Getting Started with Controls
Describes how to set control properties, set control styles, and handle control events.
Dialog Boxes Overview
Describes the different kinds of dialog boxes and how you would use them.
How to: Add a Control to the Toolbox
Describes how to add a control to the Visual Studio 2010 toolbox.
How to: Add Tab Items to a Tab Control
Describes different ways to add tab items to a tab control.
How to: Create User-Resizable Applications with GridSplitter
Shows how to use the Grid and GridSplitter controls to create a user-resizable application
How to: Handle the Checked Event for the CheckBox Control
Shows how to handle the Checked event for a CheckBox control.
How to: Change the Appearance and Behavior of the AutoCompleteBox Control
Shows how to customize the appearance and filtering behavior of the AutoCompleteBox using properties and methods.
How to: Use a TreeView to Display Hierarchical Data
Shows how to use a TreeView control with a HierarchicalDataTemplate to display hierarchical data.
Text and Fonts
Describes the Silverlight functionality for rendering text in controls and creating formatted text.