Have you already planned the next one? I'd like to see a business WinForms app pimp'ed up with WPF.
Good luck guys.
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OK, I think I have it, but please don't shout at me...
Expression Designer is for drawing those nice images that might say go on a button, or a maybe a background somewhere.
Express Blend is the app that can use the output from Designer. Blend is the tool that will be used to create the WPF 'forms' a Windows app might use.
Is that right?
Also, if Blend was used to design Blend, then what was the design process like. I mean, did the graphics artist work on say one Property panel at a time (the ones that are docked) ?
>> Does that mean those of us the are using Windows Mobile 2003 SE should also be able to get it?
Yep, the VoiceCommand application works on WM 03. Take a look at this page for details: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/downloads/voicecommand/default.mspx