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I'am trying to do the exact same thing of explorer with the treeview and listview could someone tip me on that please
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by:AzraSound
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if you want something you can just pop on your form there is a free control here:

http://members.xoom.com/SkySoftware/skysoft.htm
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rmakharia earned 100 total points
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Use the FileSystem Object and you can design that you want.
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by:AzraSound
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rmakharia...please retract your answer to a comment unless you want to be much more detailed about your answer.  your current answer is vague and useless.
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by:rmakharia
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Well azrasound, I am kinna busy and I do not have the time to write codes. Well, if someone know a little bit of VB programming, one can definitely use the knowledge that I have shared. That my answer is accepted says it all.
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by:AzraSound
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haha that was the lamest answer i have ever seen.  that would be like someone asking
"how do i programmatically monitor all mouse and keyboard events?"

then you would say:
"use the api to do this"

yeah, good answer.
honestly i have no idea why the questioner accepted your comment as answer unless you guys are like buddies or something.  i gaurantee the links i pointed him to were 1000 times better than "use fso".
gimme a break.  the fact that your answer was accepted tells me that either:

A) the questioner was drunk when they graded
B) the questioner is you
C) the questioner has some sort of grudge against me
D) the questioner knows you
E) I really just have no idea why

trust me, i did not make it into the top ten experts of the VB area by posting things like "use fso".  

Cheers
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by:AzraSound
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oh it appears this question was autograded...no wonder
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