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ListView ColumnHeader Resize

Posted on 2000-04-04
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How can I detect the resizing of listView columnHeaders or enable the user to resize some, but not all columnHeaders in the ListView ?
(Exactly like the Outlook columnHeaders ...)
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Wow ! Thx man, that's exactly it !  :)
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Thx !
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Can I also save the settings so they can be retained the next time the use uses the application?
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