"If it seems too hard or way too much code, you must doing it wrong" - Trevor Fellman
You what, great advice, it turns out I found the following examples:
Get Child, Parent, or Children Objects in Silverlight:
Great advice, if I didn't know the index of the object, yet I do, (Silverlight Spy is your friend)
Then I came across this:
LINQ to Visual Tree
very neat stuff and I see myself using this in the future, but too involved for what I needed to do.
I then found this:
Not this had me thinking, how can I simply call this and get my object in c# all in one simple line of code, and here is what I came up with:
ImageScroll myimagescroll; myimagescroll = (VisualTreeHelper.GetChild(this.LayoutRoot, 7) as ImageScroll);What this line does is exactly what i was looking for. My object IMAGESCROLL, which is index #7 in the collection(children) of the Layoutroot Grid Object.