To Beth Massi or interested partyies,
I am not a developer, I am retired and use Microsoft’s tools mostly as a hobby because they are interesting and enjoyable to experiment with. I have a Windows 7 Professional OS, VS 2010 Express and have just recently started using WPF, Entity
Framework and VB together. From what I have gathered from books and web sites, such as yours, it seems that one of the goals or reasons for WPF and Entity was to make it possible to build almost any kind of a windows’ form. I know that there are many
platforms such as Reports and Expression Blend that can make this possible, but can it now be done just using WPF, Entity and Visual Basic? Below is what I am attempting to do; can it be done and where can I get an explanation of the code to accomplish it?
I have used your WpfEfMasterDetail_VB and added some more rows to your stackpanal and another ListView to build an Order Entry form. I am now interested in building an Invoice Window using a ListView for the Orders table, a second ListView for the OrderDetails
table. To this I have added a Border and inside the Border created a StackPanal of TextBlocks. Using XAML I can handwrite the invoice and make it look like a typewritten report or invoice, but can it be done using VB code behind, and the
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