What we could suggest you is to use the DisplayDate
property in order to achieve the desired order of the Calendar's column - by setting it to a date of September the desired order could be achieved.
However, as you you already noticed the Header
of the control will also change. Because of that in order to achieve the desired appearance for the header you also need to modify the default template of the Calendar
. By using a converter placed inside the Button x:Name="Header"
you could modify its Content as needed and the desired name of the month to be visualized.
We have created a sample project that demonstrates the described above approach and you could run and evaluate it - please, notice that Implicit Styles
are used. The sample has not been tested in all scenarios, so you might need to improve its logic in order to work as expected for you.
Hope this helps.
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