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select a directory with commondialog

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can anyone tell how to select a (network) directory with a commondialog control. I'm using vb6. now i'm using the commondialog.showopen method, but then i have to select a file and afterwards strip of the filename to get the path.
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Not with a Common Dialog Control.

HOWTO: Select a Directory Without the Common Dialog Control
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;en-us;q179497

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