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 WPF Shapes - Path - Combined GeometryThe one hundred and twenty-sixth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial considers a second way to create complex geometries within a Path shape. This instalment looks at combined geometries, which merge two shapes into one, possibly changing the outline.
 WPF Shapes - Path - Grouped GeometryThe one hundred and twenty-fifth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial continues to look at the Path shape and the available geometry options. This article looks at geometry groups.
 WPF Shapes - Path - Simple GeometryThe one hundred and twenty-fourth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial starts to describe the last of the WPF shapes. This article looks at the Path class, which draws simple or complex geometrical shapes.
 WPF Shapes - PolylineThe one hundred and twenty-third part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at another of the WPF shapes. This article describes the Polyline class, which is similar to Polygon but does not ensure a closed shape.
 WPF Shapes - PolygonThe one hundred and twenty-second part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial continues the examination of the WPF shapes. This article considers the Polygon class, which creates a closed shape from a series of points.
 WPF Shapes - EllipseThe one hundred and twenty-first part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at the Ellipse class, which draws a filled or transparent ellipse.
 WPF Shapes - RectangleThe one hundred and twentieth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial considers the second two-dimensional drawing control of WPF. This is provided by the Rectangle class.
 WPF Shapes - LineThe one hundred and nineteenth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial begins to look at the two-dimensional drawing features of WPF. This article describes the Line class.
 WPF Base Classes - MultiSelectorThe one hundred and eighteenth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at the base class for the DataGrid control. The MultiSelector class provides members that are common to controls where more than one item can be selected.
 WPF Data Display Controls Class HierarchyThe one hundred and seventeenth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at the base classes of the WPF data display controls. This article includes the inheritance hierarchy of all of the WPF controls seen in the tutorial so far.
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