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Edit Item in List View Control (VB6)

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Hello, I've got a list view control in a form and I would like to edit an item displaying a text box in the selected item. 'StartLabelEdit' only allows me edit the first column. Is there a way to simulate this for the rest of the subitems? Can I get the coordenates, size,etc..., of a cell in a list view and display a dynamic textbox in that particular subitem to modify its content?

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http://www.mvps.org/btmtz/listview/

See the second to last sample link at the above page.
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Thank you very much for those examples, They are very useful.
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