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Hi,
I'm a beginner on WPF.
Can someone please post some good links, to learn WPF.

I want to learn about dragging and dropping elements to a canvas.
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I'm also a beginner and I've been looking for good sites to learn. I've found these, hope it helps.

http://www.nibblestutorials.net/
http://www.contentpresenter.com/
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This might be a little much if you're new to code, but if your not here you go:
http://www.drwpf.com/blog/
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