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Using HD_ITEM in Delphi

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Hello,

I've recently found a solution of putting an image in the listview column header. The solution involves using HD_ITEM

     var HD: HD_ITEM;

Unfortunately, when I tried compiling this, Delphi 7 doesn't seem to recognize HD_ITEM. Any idea how I can make this work? Any units I need to add in the declaration?

Thanks!
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you can add commctrl to your uses clause
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the delphi var type is THDItem
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