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Gets a value that indicates whether the object that is associated with this automation peer contains data that is presented to the user.
Assembly: System.Windows (in System.Windows.dll)
A content element contains data that is presented to the user. An example of a content element is an item in a list box or a button in a dialog box. You typically use non-content elements (also referred to as peripheral elements) to work with the content in a composite control. An example of a non-content element is the button in a drop-down control.
This implementation does nothing more than calling IsContentElementCore.