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Properties dialog of a file/folder

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How can you display the properties dialog of a file or folder? I especially need to know how to show the dialog that appears when in NetWatcher the menu-item 'Shared folder properties' is chosen. Can anybody help me?
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Hi Arjan,

do you really need that dialog, or is it sufficient if we give you code to get all the information for a file/folder?

Zif.
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No I really need that dialog!
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ronit051397 earned 300 total points
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Download the example from
http://www.aye.net/~bstowers/delphi/examples/itemprop.html
I checked it briefly and it's working.
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