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Min width and max width  in Grid control

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Can you please explain Minwidth and MaxWidth properties in Gridlayout  control

How Gridlayout   will behave based on minwidth and  maxwidth
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The MinWidth is the minimum size a column will be, even if its content has a smaller width.

The MaxWidth is the maximum size that a column will grow to. If its content is wider, then it will be clipped.

These columns will be interpreted differently depending on the combination and other properties set.

Here is an article that covers some of these:
http://www.silverlightshow.net/items/Using-the-Grid-control-in-Silverlight-2-Beta-1.aspx
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