Missing event for TreeView...Need suggestions!

I need an event when resizing columns in the TreeView control. Suggestions?
Olli083097Asked:
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p_biggelaarCommented:
<resizing columns in the treeview control>

Are you sure you're talking about resizing columns in a treeview? Don't you mean:
A) resizing the treeview
-or-
B) resizing columns in the listview
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p_biggelaarCommented:
Oh, and..

A) not an option (there is no way for a user to resize the treeview)

B) the listview hasn't got events to tell you that a resize happened, or that it's going on. If you really, really need to know this there's a nasty way of determining it by for instance using a timer with a short interval that checks the columnheaders width property or something like that. But you should be really desperate of getting that info (your life or job is at stake or something like that) before you should even consider that as an option.
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andyclapCommented:
You could hook the message WM_NOTIFY, and look for a code of HDN_ENDTRACK in the NMHDR structure.
Just guessing here, check out what messages are being sent using spy.
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wsh2Commented:
Yes.. andyclap is correct.. this definitely can be done through subclassing the Listview header. Check this out.. you will find MANY Listview API solutions with code.. in the Common Controls / Listview section.

http://www.mvps.org/vbnet/

Once there, keep an eye out for the one entitled.. "Subclassing and Responding to Notifications from the ListView Header".. in as you will find your solution there.. <smile>.

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Olli083097Author Commented:
All:
I'm sorry, I really meant ListView(I wrote the question after a long day's work...).

wsh2:
Thanx! Exactly what I needed!!! Thanx!

BTW: I liked the page, "VBnet"
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Olli083097Author Commented:
ARG! Forgot to accept your answer... Thanx, again!
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