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gid controls in silverlight 2.0
gid controls in silverlight 2.0
gid controls in silverlight 2.0
gid controls in silverlight 2.0
gid controls in silverlight 2.0
gid controls in silverlight 2.0
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  • 1. Grid control Presented by Remya N Sankar 06/30/09 Remya,Chipkidz
  • 2. Grid Control • Essentially a table used for positioning objects in rows and columns • It can have multiple children, and acts rather like a spreadsheet. • It acts much like HTML's table tag and allows data and controls to be arranged in a tabular- style view. 06/30/09 Remya,Chipkidz
  • 3. Grid Control • A row is the same height and a column is the same width across the entire Grid, • But elements can be made to span multiple cells • .Cells can contain more than one item. 06/30/09 Remya,Chipkidz
  • 4. Grid Control • The placement of an element in the Grid is specified using attached DependencyProperties • Grid.Row, • Grid.Column, • Grid.RowSpan • Grid.ColumnSpan. 06/30/09 Remya,Chipkidz
  • 5. Grid sizing • The size of rows and columns may be specified exactly, set to "auto", or use "star-sizing". • f a row or column is set to "auto", it will be just as tall or wide as its tallest or widest child. • In proportional sizing the value of a column or row is expressed in Xaml as *. <RowDefinition Height="*" > • you can give twice the space to one column or row as another by using 2* 06/30/09 Remya,Chipkidz
  • 6. Example 06/30/09 Remya,Chipkidz
  • 7. Example for Grid 06/30/09 Remya,Chipkidz
  • 8. Thank you 06/30/09 Remya,Chipkidz

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