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adding a combo box to a tree control

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I have an existing tree control that is located on a property page.  How can I add combo boxes to some of its nodes?

I do not understand how to adapt any of the features from the MFC Grid Control sample to my tree control.  

I must be missing something.

Thank you for taking the time to respond to my question.

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SusanneJost earned 300 total points
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Hi Laurio,

Check out
http://www.codeproject.com/miscctrl/gridctrl_combo.asp

for an example of a grid control embedding a tree control, combo and check boxes etc. Example: "Using comboboxes in the MFC Grid Control"
By Chris Maunder

also check out
http://www.codeproject.com/miscctrl/gridtreectrl.asp 

The example is called  "Tree control and Buttons for MFC Grid control" written by
By Ken Bertelson

These examples will show you how to dynamically draw your combo box inside the tree control. Full source code and sample code is included.

One of the sample grid controls is even written in ATL, see http://www.codeproject.com/library/gridprojects.asp, this one is truly amazing

Sue




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You can create the combo box manully. If you can't put that control in, creating by calling initialzing a class is the only way.

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You can create the combo box manully. If you can't put that control in, creating by calling initialzing a class is the only way.

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