View breadcrumb-style navigation to show exactly where the user is. 

Mimic the Windows 7 explorer navigation bar with the entire sequence of steps that make up the user's current location that is clearly visible on a single line.
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Each location can be associated with its own location image shown at the leftmost edge of the WinNavigationBar.
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Associate an image with each location. 
Access sub-locations by clicking the dropdown button next to each location. 

Randomly access child locations using the implicit drop down button beside each location.
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At the rightmost edge of the WinNavigationBar is a drop down history of previously visited locations.
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Click the dropdown button on the navigation bar to see the history of visited locations, much the same way Windows Explorer works. 
Provide users with more options by adding functional buttons to the navigation bar. 

Much like a toolbar control, you can add functional buttons to the WinNavigationBar.
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Display switches into an editable navigation path, allowing the user to quickly reach a location by typing in its path.
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Type a path directly into the navigation bar rather than navigating to the desired location.