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Is there an easy way to display graphics in a listView to the left of the items when it is in details mode?  I know there are a lot of third party ones out there, but I don't want to use any of them.  Is there a way to do this easily using the standard ListView?
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Review the SmallImageList property of the ListView class. There is also an example where you can see how to use it.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/cpref/html/frlrfsystemwindowsformslistviewclasssmallimagelisttopic.asp
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This should do it for ya.

1) Establish an ImageList
 
  ImageList imageList = new ImageList();
  imageList.Images.Add( new Icon(@"c:\path\to\icon1") );
  imageList.Images.Add( new Icon(@"c:\path\to\icon2") );
  imageList.Images.Add( new Icon(@"c:\path\to\icon3") );


2) Attach the imagelist to your ListView
  listView.SmallImageList = imageList;

3) Add your list view items
  ListViewItem item1 = listView.Items.Add("item1");
  ListViewItem item1 = listView.Items.Add("item1");
  ListViewItem item1 = listView.Items.Add("item1");

4) Assign images to them by their insert index order first being 0 and 2nd being 1 and so forth.
  item1.ImageIndex = 0;
  item1.ImageIndex = 1;
  item1.ImageIndex = 2;

5) TA-DA!

You will have to work this into your program as you see fit but I hope this example is clear and easy to understand,
Jerry
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by:jrberg
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TYPE-O, Step 3 and 4 have TYPE-O's :)  I forgot to make the ListViewItem's seperate I kept using item1 over and over :)  All better now.

3) Add your list view items
  ListViewItem item1 = listView.Items.Add("item1");
  ListViewItem item2 = listView.Items.Add("item2");
  ListViewItem item3 = listView.Items.Add("item3");

4) Assign images to them by their insert index order first being 0 and 2nd being 1 and so forth.
  item1.ImageIndex = 0;
  item2.ImageIndex = 1;
  item3.ImageIndex = 2;

Thanks,
Jerry
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