Creating Flow Document XAML

Creating a Flow Document using Danet Studio is a step forward, you don't need to know XAML syntax at all to create this document format. By default, there are a standard Flow Document Reader from Microsoft, this Reader will available if you install the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 (already installed on Windows Vista). Of course you can open this document with Danet Studio, we provide an advanced Flow Document Reader; Danet Reader to open, save, print, and annotate this document format. Here's the step to creating Flow Document using Danet Studio (Danet Creator):

  • Write something.
  • On Format menu, click Rich Text Mode (or you can change the editing mode by check the Rich Text Mode checkBox on toolbar).
  • On File menu, click Save As. Type name in File name, in Save as type choose Flow Document (*.xaml), and then click Save.
  • Open your new Flow Document with Danet Creator or Danet Reader by double-clicking the file in Windows Explorer

There are two editing modes in Danet Creator, Plain Text Mode and Rich Text Mode. You can switch between Plain Text Mode and Rich Text Mode. The Rich Text Mode enables you to display or edit flow content including paragraphs, images, tables, and more. Plain Text Mode enables you to display or edit unformatted text.