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Creating a Three-Column Silverlight ListBox

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This cool tutorial of Victor Gaudioso is about building a 3-column ListBox in Expression Blend.

Well, the project I was working on was a Silverlight project, not a WPF project, and the current release of Silverlight does not contain a WrapPanel. So now my clever solution was not a solution at all. After a bit more research, I found that the Silverlight Toolkit does have a WrapPanel. So, I was able to use that to make a three column Silverlight ListBox. Today, I am going to show you how to use the Silverlight Toolkit WrapPanel to create a three column ListBox.



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