turrican said:spivonious said:*snip*
"...moving from Click event handlers to Commands..."
Yes, that is REALLY hard for me to understand right now. Trying to find good resource on it to learn more. It's a big shift for me but a necessity to learn it I guess.
Commands are very easy to understand, in MS word you have a cut/copy/paste commands (it is a design pattern) that can be called from a toolbar button, context menu or menu option. Rather than having three seperate click events you have the notion of a command, that can be called from any place.
Try get a copy of the Adam Nathan book as that is very good for people that are coming to WPF from ASP.NET or winforms. The hard part is getting to create delegate/relay commands, that video I have just linked to has all this information.