• Matthew MacDonald


In Chapter 5, you learned about routed events, which you can use to respond to a wide range of mouse and keyboard actions. However, events are a fairly low-level ingredient. In a realistic application, functionality is divided into higher-level tasks. These tasks may be triggered by a variety of actions and through a variety of user-interface elements, including main menus, context menus, keyboard shortcuts, and toolbars.


Menu Item Event Handler Custom Command Context Menu Command Model 
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