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Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform, Fifth Edition by Andrew Troelsen

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28.6. Building the Ink API Tab

The first tab shows the overall role of WPF's digital ink API, which allows you to incorporate painting functionality into a program easily. Of course, the application does not literally need to be a paining application; you can use this API for a wide variety of purposes, including capturing hand-writing input with a stylus for a TabletPC.

Begin by locating the node that represents the Ink API tab in your Objects and Timeline area and expand it. You should see that the default layout manager for this TabItem is a <Grid>. Right-click this and change it to a StackPanel (see Figure 28-29).

Figure 28.29. Changing the layout manager

28.6.1. Designing the ToolBar

You can ensure that the StackPanel is the currently ...

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