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How do I set up the style for my TreeCtrl in a CTreeView?  I had MFC automatically generate a CTreeVIew for me, and I access the tree control using GetTreeCtrl(), but how do I set up the Tree's settings?

For example, I am wanting to have my tree control with the lines and the pluses besides the full nodes like the Windows Explorer.  Thanks!
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After calling CTreeView::GetTreeCtrl, use CWnd::ModifyStyle to change the style because CTreeCtrl is derived from CWnd.
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Could you give me a short line or two of example code?  Thanks!
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Something like this:

CTreeCtrl treeCtrl = this->GetTreeCtrl();
treeCtrl.ModifyStyle(0, TVS_HASLINES, SWP_SHOWWINDOW);
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Thank you for your time!
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