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Developer's Corner / Re: How do I Start a Ribbon Project?
« on: January 02, 2012, 03:03 PM »
Add Reference to Wpf-Ribbon assembly to your project

    In C# right-click References node in Solution Explorer and choose Add Reference context menu command. In the Add Reference find and select DevComponents WpfRibbon and click OK.
    In VB double-click My Project node in Solution Explorer and click on References tab. Click Add button and in the Add Reference find and select DevComponents WpfRibbon and click OK.

You should already have the default WPF Window created by the VS.NET so open the Window1.xaml and change the Window declaration to:

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