Thanks for writing and for your question.
It is possible to change the Selected
state to draw a border around the item. You can do that by extracting the default item style and modifying its visual states according to your requirements.
You can extract the style either in VS 2012 or in Expression Blend by selecting the DataBoundListBox, right-clicking on it and editing the default style for the item.
Hope this helps.
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