These properties allow you to specify upper and lower limits on the size of an element. If you need to constrain your user interface's layout, it is usually better to use these than Width and Height where possible. By specifying upper and lower limits, you can still allow WPF some latitude to automate the layout.
It is possible to mandate limits that simply cannot be fulfilled. For example, if you request a MinWidth of "10000", WPF won't be able to honor that request unless you have some very exotic display hardware. In these cases, your element will be truncated to fit the space available.
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