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Posted on 1998-11-03
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First question:
Could anyone send me a sample code of in-place editing in CTreeCtrl class. my email address: zollen@ican.net
Second question:
I am planning to implement a printing in my database application. Can Anyone suggest a features-rich, easy to use API, Libraries or even 3rd part toolkit??
Thanks for your help.
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All you have to do to support in place edit is add TVS_EDITLABELS. You can optionally support TVN_BEGINLABELEDIT to determine if the user can modify certain labels.

You must support TVN_ENDLABELEDIT and set the result to TRUE to change the label text.
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