Layouts in the WPF Designer

The WPF Designer for Visual Studio provides many panels and controls to help you achieve the layout you want for your applications. This section contains topics that help you create absolute, dynamic, and data-driven dynamic layouts. 

Layout with Absolute and Dynamic Positioning

Discusses types of layouts, layout panels and controls, dynamic sizing, and auto and star sizing.

How to: Construct a Layout Based on Absolute Positioning

Describes how you can use panel controls to support absolute positioning in the WPF Designer.

How to: Construct a Dynamic Layout

Describes how you can use panel controls to support dynamic positioning in the WPF Designer.

How to: Construct a Data-driven Dynamic Layout

Describes how you can use view controls to support data-driven layouts in the WPF Designer.

How to: Create User-Resizable Applications with GridSplitter

Describes how to use the GridSplitter control to create resizable applications.

How to: Work with Dialog Boxes

Contains links to information about how to work with dialog boxes in the WPF Designer.

Layout Walkthroughs

Contains links to topics that walk you step-by-step through the procedures to create different layouts in the WPF Designer.

Alignment in the WPF Designer

Describes how the WPF Designer helps you with the alignment and layout of controls for the user interface.

WPF Container Controls

Contains links to topics that describe the various container controls and their uses.

Working with the WPF Designer

Contains links to topics that describe how to use and work with the WPF Designer.

UseLayoutRounding

Specifies when non-integral pixel values that are calculated during the Measure and Arrange passes are rounded to whole pixel values.

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