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How can I put a folder explorer in my form?

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Hi.
In my form I should save more then 3 files at one time. so I Want to select where to Put them. I can't use the commondialog because It's more then one file. so if I use commondialag I should call it one after one to save 3 files in the same folder.
and I dont like to use a Drive and a Dir, because It appears like windows 3.1.
can I put any folder tree containing: my computer, the desktop, the recycle bin, like the folder tree in a windows explorer??
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Sorry but I mean: put a folder explorer in my form, not call a folder explorer dialog.
I want the folder explorer to still in my form, and I want my program to work as I choose in the folder..
to more explain:
when I choose any folder, the program will look if my specific files are in this folder, and if yes, I will add them to a list box.
thank you
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You can use with FileListBox, DirListBox, and DriveListBox to do that..
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You could possibly do it with a TreeView, though it would take a lot of work
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