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I am using VB 6. I need a control similar to a directory list box which will allow me to select a path anywhere INCLUDING a NETWORK path. I would appreciate advice on the best control to use together with some sample code.

I tried Ark's solution but I must have made an error somewhere. I have just tried it again and it works beautifully. A really slick 'n quick solution. Ark, please post a comment and I'll give you the 50 points you deserve. Thanks. PeterN
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Thanks for points, glad I could help you.

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