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– Bind the ItemsSource property of the AutoCompleteBox control to a collection of items (strings) in your view model.
– Specify the SelectedItem property to be the value displayed when the user has the focus.
– Bind the ItemsControl.SelectedItem property to a property of your View model or View.
– Bind the textbox’s text property to an object property.
– Asynchronously load Suggestions from your data source. If the item you’re looking for is not found, we’ll populate it with a default item.
– You can use the SelectionChanged event to handle user entry of text into the textbox and your asynchronous query.


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For the Auto Complete
AutoCompleteBox has it’s own version. One thing it has that I really liked, it will scroll out of bounds.

And you can set the selected index too.

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WPF AutoComplete provides support for suggestions in MVVM design pattern and loads the suggestions asynchronously.

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10-27-2012, 10:05 PM


I am trying to implement the WPF AutoComplete from and I just can’t get it to flag a suggestion the way the author shows in his video.

When I type a value into the textbox, the suggestions dropdown doesn’t change or move from the bottom of the screen.

Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance!


10-27-2012, 10:21 PM

I didn’t check the video, but there is another way to mark the suggestions in the dropdown list using the ListBox.IsSynchronizedWithCurrentItem property. The alternative is to bind to the listbox item view model properties like IsSelected or IsHovered.

I will see if I can post an example of this later on.



10-27-2012, 10:26 PM


I just realized a missing part in my response so I’m going to add it.
The reason you need to bind to the selected item in the listview, is because the selection is out of sync with the data you are displaying. As soon as you select or unselect the listview item, the data from the selected item is moved to the top. To fix this, you need to bind to the selected item view model property, otherwise you will get data in the listview that is already out of sync.

You may want to check my answer that explains this more:


10-27-2012, 10:32 PM


Well I guess I can answer my own question, after all…. I just missed something in the response the first time around.

So the answers to my questions are:

1. If you bind to the ListBox.SelectedItem you will get a new autocom

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It supports TextBox binding to a Collection and Shows Suggestions when the user types something in the text box. The control is tightly integrated with the WPF Data Binding mechanism and makes it very easy to expose a Collection or Reactive Collection as an Item source.

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Description: WPF AutoComplete is a useful and easy component to load asynchronous data in the WPF Data Binding. WPF AutoComplete helps you create a new data asynchronously from the UI.
It makes it easy to bind any data source with a WPF AutoComplete, show suggestions as the user types or bind a Collection to the control.
The WPF AutoComplete is tightly integrated with WPF Data Binding and can be used with it.

AutoComplete is a simple WPF control that can be used to list the suggestions from an IEnumerable data as the user types.
This AutoComplete shows the suggested items in the same control.
The control has an option to configure the complete dropdown so that the user can set it to be small, medium or large size.

AutoComplete is a small WPF control that can be used to list the suggestions from an IEnumerable data as the user types.
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WPF AutoComplete has a number of high-end features including text-sorting, search support and highlighted suggestions list.

Besides, it is customizable in many ways like size of the dropdown list, customization of the DataTemplate and the ability to format text when the textbox is empty.

WPF AutoComplete Screen Shots:

WPF AutoComplete utilizes a strongly-typed SuggestionSource class for binding to the data.

After creating a SuggestionSource, which is a concept similar to a List, the developer can bind a property to the SuggestionSource property of the WPF AutoComplete.

While binding, you can specify the items to display in a ListBox, as well as, a well as the content of the data template.

We can have a value converters defined for specifying the way the data is displayed on the UI.

We can bind the AutoComplete to a collection of values.

WPF AutoComplete DataTemplate:

You can configure the AutoComplete to use a custom data template. The data templates are dynamic that allow you to assign data template based on the selected value and type of the object.

You can also create the data template as an attached property to make it easy to reuse.

WPF AutoComplete Customization:

You can give custom styling to the item template or even the entire AutoComplete.

You can define the name of the data context property.

You can set the maximum number of items to be displayed in the dropdown list.

You can customize the data template in such a way that it is bound to a specific source that is external to the AutoComplete.

WPF AutoComplete Demo:

Let’s take a look at the demo to see how we can use the AutoComplete to display and manage the suggestions.

If you are looking for the winforms based version of this AutoComplete, you can take a look at this article, here:

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