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15 CHAPTER 2 Figure 2-1. The Blend IDE Figure 2-2 shows an isolated view of the toolbar. I will cover some of the tools in more depth than others in this chapter, as I will discuss some of the others in greater depth in later chapters. To get started, go ahead and create a new Silverlight project: 1. 2. 3. 4. Open Blend 3. Click File ยข New Project. Select Silverlight 3 Website. Name the project ExploringBlend. 5. Click OK. Figure 2-2. The Blend 3 toolbar 16 THE BLEND 3 INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT The Selection tool The Selection tool is the tool to use when you want to select objects (such as a Ia`e]Ahaiajp or an Ei]ca control) that the user of your Silverlight applications will interact with in the workspace (known as the stage in Flash).

If you hold down this tool, you will see the other input controls available to you (see Figure 2-25). These controls are essential because they allow your application to interact with the user. Probably the most common of these input controls is the >qppkj control. If you have done any web development, most of these controls will already be familiar to you. We will use most of these controls later on in the book. The Asset Library Last Used tool The next tool on the Blend 3 toolbar is the Asset Library Last Used tool.

If you have done any web development, most of these controls will already be familiar to you. We will use most of these controls later on in the book. The Asset Library Last Used tool The next tool on the Blend 3 toolbar is the Asset Library Last Used tool. This is a handy little feature that will turn into the last control you have used from the Asset Library. Say, for example, you select the CheckBox tool from the Asset Library to create a check box. da_g>kt control. What is the Asset Library, you ask?

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