Thank you for the screenshot.
You can do this very easily in Expression Blend. Just drop a DatePicker control into the design surface, right-click it and choose from the menu Edit Additional Templates->Edit CalendarStyle ->Edit a Copy
. Then go to Object-> Edit Additional Styles -> Edit CalendarStyle
. Then again Object-> Edit Additional Styles -> Edit DayButtonStyle -> Edit a Copy
. Blend will generate all the needed resources, so you will be able to customize the button to fit your requirements.
You might also need to edit the SelectionChrome
element, which is represented from a ButtonChrome
control. How to edit the ButtonChrome control you can find more information in this
KB article. The link is for WPF, but the same logic applies and instead of Triggers we use VisualStates in Silverlight.
Hope this information is helpful.
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