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(Ged Mead) When you first start creating a WPF application, it’s tempting to keep the resources, such as styles, brushes, control templates, and so on, at low level in the tree. By that I meant that you might find that if you create a style for buttons, for example, you put them in the Window.Resources collection at the top of the Xaml file.

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