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Blend for Visual Studio 2012 by Example : Beginner's Guide by Abhishek Shukla

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The fundamental pieces of the Blend IDE

We will now navigate through Blend and take a look at the various pieces. We will also see how and where we can find the things you would need to do a specific job. This screenshot represents various pieces of Blend:

The fundamental pieces of the Blend IDE

We will explore the pieces of Blend in the following list:

  • The Art board: This (highlighted as 1) is where we can see the current design we are working on. It will update as we keep changing the design. Above the art board, we can see the name of the document (MainPage.xaml) that we are currently working on. We can open multiple documents in different tabs and navigate between them.
  • Open documents ...

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