control is essentially an ItemsControl
that displays a collection of RadBookItems
. Each RadBookItem
can act as a container for many visual elements. This means that if you need to add a button in the RadBook
, you can simply add it to one of the RadBookItems
You can find a declaratively defined RadBook
in the FirstLook
example of the component in our demos. This link
will take you to the Silverlight demos but the approach for WPF and Silverlight is the same. And you can find the same implementation in our WPF demos, which you can download from here
The other approach you can use is to edit the default ControlTemplate
of a RadBookItem
. Here again, you'll be adding the Button
to a RadBookItem
but in its Template
. You can follow the steps described in the Editing ControlTemplate in Blend
tutorial to edit the RadBookItem
template and then you can add a Button
element wherever you need to.
I hope this information will get you started. However, if you need further assistance or you're having troubles implementing one of the above approaches, don't hesitate to write back.
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