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How do we Build a Paging Usercontrol

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 14, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
 
I need to make a paging usercontrol that contains a stackpanel of 4 buttons namely first last prev and next along with a label in the middle. i haev able to build the class and made the paging reusable. now all that is left is to make this UI part reusable. So basically i need help to understand how do i go about it. in terms of click event handling for the 4 buttons in my xaml-cs for that usercontrol.


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