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ListView Column Resize Event

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I am using the MSComctlLib.ListView control.  It does not expose an event when the columns are resized (pretty basic, you would think).  Is there a listView control that does this or is there any way around this problem using the MSComctlLib.ListView?
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Good question, keep me informed.
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by:emidiod
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I have already seen this...thanks
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Thanks for 'B'.
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:-(
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