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In a wpf project, your default window is Window1.xaml.  I have created a new window, but do not know how to get that window to be the startup window when I compile the project.
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Question by:dchau12
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by:dchau12
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wow... I guess there is not much experts-exchange help available for WPF
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something like...
Me.browserFrame.Navigate(New Uri("page2.xaml", UriKind.RelativeOrAbsolute))


People help where they can. Impatient patronizing, tends to lead to you being ignored
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For starting/compiling  with a xaml
go to My Project/Application
Startup Uri/ and select the file you want to start first

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I figured this out long ago.  You have to change the startup xaml file in the app.xaml file.

There could be a different way to do this.  I cannot follow your instructions though.  

"Form Starting/compiling with xaml" ???
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