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Getting the scrollbar ctrl of a CTreeCtrl

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Hi,

I'm writing a VC++ 5.0 application. I have a CTreeCtrl that I would like to programmatically scroll. I could not find a way to get the CScrollBar associated with a CTreeCtrl so can
scroll the window. I know that if I use a CTreeView then the GetScrollBarCtrl() function works and returns the CScrollBar object; however I do not have a CTreeview, just a CTreeCtrl.

Thanks,
Ralph.
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I Examined tree control with Spy and found that scrollbar of tree control is actually not a window but a frame control( only drawing) so you can't get it handle. To scroll a tree view control use SendMessage(WM_VSCROLL, SB_LINEUP). Replace the second argument if you need to scroll it to another space.
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