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Navigate the style hierarchy using the breadcrumb bar

This page applies to WPF and Silverlight 2

When you are in the editing scope of a style or template in Expression Blend 2, a breadcrumb navigation bar appears at the upper left of the artboard.

Breadcrumb bar with template-editing mode selected

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The breadcrumb bar appears for any selected object that can have a custom style or template applied to it.

  • By clicking the buttons on the breadcrumb bar, you can quickly move through template-editing mode, style-editing mode, and object-editing scope for the selected object.

  1. Select an object on the artboard or under Objects and Timeline that supports styles and templates. For example, select a button.

  2. At the top of the artboard, select the breadcrumb button that appears.

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    If the object does not support styles or templates, the breadcrumb button for the object is unavailable.

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  3. From the pop-up menu that appears below the breadcrumb, select which kind of resource to create.

    For information about how to create styles and templates, see Create a style resource, Create or edit a control template, and see the section on "The difference between styles and templates" in the Style and template overview.

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