Admiral
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Hello:

I have two situations where I can not find a statement certain to change as in programming (WPF):
-How to change a property of CharacterChasing in a TextBox for "Upper" or "Normal"
-How to change a visibility property to "Hidden" or "Collapsed" in a TabItem

Thanks 

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Vice Admiral
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CharacterCasing:

   set     textBox2::CharacterCasing to type CharacterCasing::Normal

   set     textBox2::CharacterCasing to type CharacterCasing::Lower

   set     textBox2::CharacterCasing to type CharacterCasing::Upper

TabItem visibility:

   set  tabTesttab::Visibility to type Visibility::Visible  

   set  tabTesttab::Visibility to type Visibility::Hidden

   set  tabTesttab::Visibility to type Visibility::Collapsed

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Vice Admiral
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CharacterCasing:

   set     textBox2::CharacterCasing to type CharacterCasing::Normal

   set     textBox2::CharacterCasing to type CharacterCasing::Lower

   set     textBox2::CharacterCasing to type CharacterCasing::Upper

TabItem visibility:

   set  tabTesttab::Visibility to type Visibility::Visible  

   set  tabTesttab::Visibility to type Visibility::Hidden

   set  tabTesttab::Visibility to type Visibility::Collapsed

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Admiral
Admiral

It´s working.

Thanks for your help.

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