Outlook style in WPF


Laurent Bugnion, MVP


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Andrew Hilton wrote:
> There was supposedly a webcast recreate the Outlook interface using
> Expression Blend, but unfortunately it was taken down before I had a chance
> to see it. Possibly a hoax? Or maybe someone decided it was too good a
> sample?
> http://www.pro-exchange.be/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=477
> "PF" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> Outlook style in WPF: Anybody got a link to a example of how to do
>> this?


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Richard Gavel

Outlook in WPF Blog Series

I've been learning WPF by building my own Outlook clone. But mine actually talks to the Outlook COM API and is centered around the XAML and class library. There is more explanation of how to truly create the TreeView items against a data source, and more in-depth detail around the GridView (expand/collase groups, grouping, calculated groups, etc). It's worth a look see.

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