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I'm using a multi-column list control, and the user is only able to select the first column.  I'd prefer the user to be able to select anywhere.  Is there a simple way to accomplish this?
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Question by:mozack
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arunprakash earned 400 total points
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U need to make ur list controla ownerdrawn control.
codeguru.com has the necessary code for u,
thanx,
bye
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by:mmachie
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if you have at least version 4.70 of common controls see the docs for
ListView_SetExtendedListViewStyleEx

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by:andla
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Please post a small & easy code snippet for just handling CListCtrl.

Your sincerely
Andla.
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