CTreeCtrl - highlighting an item

I want to programatically highlight an item in a tree control. I can select it no problem using m_ctlTree.Select( hSelected, TVGN_CARET ) - this expands nodes to display the item, but it is not highlighted. I also tried SetItemState with TVIS_SELECTED but this did nothing.
psenAsked:
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ohellCommented:
Select() should normally highlight the item, but you might have the focus on some other control....try setting the focus to the tree control before calling Select()  
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psenAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the speedy response - is there any way I can highlight an item without setting focus to the tree - the control is not enabled at this point.
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Tommy HuiEngineerCommented:
Use the style TVS_SHOWSELALWAYS to display the selection at all times regardless of whether the control has focus.
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