Check Box

The CheckBox control is used to define a binary state and can be used in groups to display multiple choices from which the user can select one or more choices. A user can either tap a check box or the associated label text to select an option.

The CheckBox uses an alternative visual representation than its base class ToggleButton control, though it contains no new members.

CheckBox supports three visible states: rest, press, and disabled for both checked and unchecked settings. There is, however, no visible focus state. In addition to visible states, the CheckBox control is capable of representing three settings: checked, unchecked, or indeterminate, along with a disabled visual state for each (see Figure 5.8). The state of the CheckBox ...

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