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ListView.StartLabelEdit doesn't work

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I cannot get the StartLabelEdit method to work on the ListView control.  It works fine for the TreeView control.  I used the sample code in Help and changed the TreeView to a ListView (and made related changes as necessary for adding items) and the StartLabelMethod does nothing.  I have set the LabelEdit property to Automatic and to manual, and also tried a .SetFocus before the .StartLabelEdit.

What do I have to do or change to get this method to work on a ListView control?
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Question by:wizmo
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'Here is my own example which works:
'To try it just put a ListView Control and the following code on a 'event
Dim Litem As ListItem
ListView1.View = lvwReport
ListView1.ColumnHeaders.Add , , "Column 1", ListView1.Width
Set Litem = ListView1.ListItems.Add (, , "Item 1")
ListView1.SetFocus
ListView1.StartLabelEdit
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