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ListCtrl in report mode without scrollbars

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I am trying to create a list in report mode, but when I
use the style LVS_NOSCROLL the header control disappears.
Does anyone know how to get around this brain damaged
default behavior?

Thanks paul.
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Sorry, you can't do anything with this. The simplest way to check it is using resources editor: add ListCtrl to any dialog, change view to report, check "no scroll" and see that headers will disapear. So I repeat: you can't do anything. Try create list without LVS_NOSCROLL switch.
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