A drop-down menu is one of the most (if the not the most) recognizable aspects of graphical user interfaces. Not as popular today as it was in the early days of GUIs, it's still a vital part of many applications. Let's see how to create one with WPF.
Make sure Visual Studio is up and running.
We'll create a simple Notepad-like text editor with a typical menu:
MainWindow.xaml. Add two rows to the existing
<Grid.RowDefinitions> <RowDefinition Height="Auto"/> <RowDefinition /> </Grid.RowDefinitions>
TextBoxto the second row:
<TextBox Grid.Row="1" AcceptsReturn="True" />
Menucontrol to the first row with