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Explorer view programmed like treeview?

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When programming the Explorer style interface in VB 5.0 do you program it using the same parameters as in the Treeview control? Any examples would be helpful.
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Yes,,,, you could program the tree view the same as the treeview .... after all its the same control....

I've had better sucess with the Active treeView  ActiveX ... that is more flexible than the standard one ........ And their examples are pretty good

http://www.shersoft.com/products/activetreeview/atreeviewgen.htm
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