Gets or sets a value that marks the routed event as handled, and prevents most handlers along the event route from rehandling the same event.
Assembly: System.Windows (in System.Windows.dll)
A property named Handled exists on certain routed-event data classes, and setting its value to true influences behavior of the event system. If you set to true, the event is usually not routed to the next object along the event route.
Generally, you set to true as part of an application event handler. You do so because the user action that initiated the event is considered appropriately handled by the other code that is defined in that event handler. You can still choose to respond to the event in the handler without setting to true; however, know that other objects in the event route will then receive the event and invoke their own event handlers after the current event handler is exited.
For exceptional cases, you can register handlers for a routed event that can act even if Handled is set to true in the event data. However, use caution if you use this handler registration technique. The Handled concept is intended as a coding pattern to prevent spurious or repetitive handling of the same event in a complex object tree, and acting on an already-handled event goes against this design. For more information, see AddHandler.