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RichTextBox.Blocks Property

Silverlight

Gets the contents of the RichTextBox.

Namespace:  System.Windows.Controls
Assembly:  System.Windows (in System.Windows.dll)

public BlockCollection Blocks { get; }
<RichTextBox ...>
blocksContent
</RichTextBox>

XAML Values

blocksContent

Zero or more object elements for types that derive from Block. Typically, these are Paragraph elements.

Property Value

Type: System.Windows.Documents.BlockCollection
A BlockCollection that contains the contents of the RichTextBox.

The Blocks property is the content property of RichTextBox. It is a collection of Paragraph elements. Content in each Paragraph element can contain the following elements:

A InlineUIContainer can contain a UIElement, such as an Image or a Button.

A Span is a collection of Inline elements.

The following example shows how you can set content in a RichTextBox using XAML and code.


<!--A RichTextBox with intial content in it.-->
<RichTextBox VerticalScrollBarVisibility="Auto">
    <Paragraph>
        A RichTextBox with <Bold>initial content</Bold> in it.
    </Paragraph>
</RichTextBox>



//A RichTextBox with intial content in it.
private void ContentRTB()
{
    //Create a new RichTextBox with its VerticalScrollBarVisibility property set to Auto.
    RichTextBox MyRTB = new RichTextBox();
    MyRTB.VerticalScrollBarVisibility = ScrollBarVisibility.Auto;

    // Create a Run of plain text and some bold text.
    Run myRun1 = new Run();
    myRun1.Text = "A RichTextBox with ";
    Bold myBold = new Bold();
    myBold.Inlines.Add("initial content ");
    Run myRun2 = new Run();
    myRun2.Text = "in it.";

    // Create a paragraph and add the Run and Bold to it.
    Paragraph myParagraph = new Paragraph();
    myParagraph.Inlines.Add(myRun1);
    myParagraph.Inlines.Add(myBold);
    myParagraph.Inlines.Add(myRun2);

    // Add the paragraph to the RichTextBox.
    MyRTB.Blocks.Add(myParagraph);

    //Add the RichTextBox to the StackPanel.
    MySP.Children.Add(MyRTB);
}


Silverlight

Supported in: 5, 4

Silverlight for Windows Phone

Supported in: Windows Phone OS 7.1

For a list of the operating systems and browsers that are supported by Silverlight, see Supported Operating Systems and Browsers.

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