Select an entire row in one click

Sep 12, 2008 at 9:54 PM
I'm relatively new to the whole WPF thing, so bear with me if this question seems overly easy to solve but I have been struggling with it for a while. I'm using a grid to display a list of reservations for a hotel management program. The grid has several columns: Name, Room #, Amount Due, etc...Basically what I want to do is simple enough but I can't figure it out. I want the user to be able to click anywhere on the grid and have the entire row highlighted, then they should be able to press a button: edit reservation for example, and it should return the guest name, no matter what part of the row they selected. After searching endless amounts of google results I have come across this nice guide (, which pointed me to this website. So, I grabbed the toolkit and put it in my project, however I still can't make out just how exactly Jamie (see link) was able to select entire rows at a time. Even if someone could just help me with that part I would greatly appreciate it forget the return only a guestName part I think i can figure that out on my own. Any help would awesome, thanks in advance! Sorry for lengthy read...
Sep 12, 2008 at 10:54 PM
I've done several posts that may help guide you as well,  In particular see the sample in this post,  It shows how to customize selection between full row, cell, and/or both.
Sep 15, 2008 at 8:41 PM
Awesome, thanks, I'll check it out.