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SysTreeView in a TreeView Control

Posted on 1999-01-14
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How can i get the System Tree (From the Desktop, cross over MyComputer and the drives, network neighbourhood, Trashcan and all the other Stuff on my Desktop) to display it in a TreeView (like in the Windows Explorer or in the "ComboBox" in a Common Dialog ===
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However, If somebody could create a ActiveX Control for an SHBrowse - Style TreeView, I would spend a Original Copy of our VRML Authoring Tool (Virtual Vision Woerml 2.021 HOME).

Markus Kollmann
kollmann@vr-systems.com
www.vr-systems.com
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Thanx for your Help!

I`ll use it!
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