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Is there a way to stop a program when run from Expression

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 13, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
I am now trying to learn Expression and have found one large problem.  I am attempting to get a non standard window to run (this is not the problem).  Since there is no close icon to click and I have no code behind to close it. It runs but there is no way in Expression to stop the running of the program (is there???).  To make it worse when I closed Expression the program still is running.  I closed it with Task Manager but this seems strange. Is there a way to close a program from Expression (4)? Thanks LLoyd Sheen

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