XAML ScrollBar

The <Scrollbar> element of XAML represents a scroll bar control for WPF apps. The code sample in this tutorial shows how to use a ScrollBar control in a WPF app using XAML.

The <ScrollBar> element of XAML represents a scroll bar control in UI. The ScrollBar control is used to add horizontal and vertical scroll bars to content controls. This tutorial and code examples show how to use a ScrollBar control in a WPF app using XAML.
 
XAML Scrollbar  
 
The following code example creates a ScrollBar. The Orientation property of ScrollBar element sets the direction of scrolling that can  either be horizontal or vertical. The Backtround property sets the background color of a scroll bar.
  1. <ScrollBar Name="McScroller" Orientation="Horizontal"  
  2. Width ="250" Height="30"  
  3. Margin="10,10,0,0"  
  4. Background="LightSalmon" />  
The Value property of ScrollBar sets up the current value of a ScrollBar control. The Minimum and Maximum properties represent the minimum and maximum range of a ScrollBar. In the following code, I set the Value property to 50 and now the ScrollBar.  
  1. <ScrollBar Name="McScroller" Orientation="Horizontal"  
  2. Margin="10,10,0,0"  
  3. Width ="250" Height="30"  
  4. Background="LightSalmon"  
  5. Minimum="1" Maximum="240"  
  6. Value="50" />  
Here is a complete tutorial - WPF ToolBar Control using XAML and C#