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  I had recently started working on WPF , n in my project, i had made a user control having a text box and a button, Now i have taken the reference of this DLL to my actual project and i am trying to use the click event of the button to show the desired result ( for eg by clicking on the button , the text content of the text box of user control should be get copied on to the text box of the main project.) check the screenshot

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I don't want to sound unfriendly, but you may want to look at your query again, and adjust it a little to improve the responses you'll get.

First of all, you talk about WPF. AFAIK, this requires .NET 3 and VS 2005 to operate correctly, so the VS.NET 2002/2003 forum is probably not the right forum. You're better off posting it in one of the .NET 2.0 or 3.0 forums here at p2p.wrox.com.

Secondly, I don't see a question mark in your post. Now, this is not about punctuation, but it's a sign you're not really asking anything, but merely making a statement. If you want a good response, you should ask clear questions that can be answered clearly as well. Right now, I don't even know if you are asking anything, so it's impossible to come up with an answer.

Finally, you say: "check the screenshot". What screenshot?



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