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vb.net treeview cant select default node

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I currently have a treeview and went to the nodescollection option to make my parent-children type tree. I have tried treeview1.selectednodes. [every property] all i want to know is how do you select a specific node within the form_load area either by index or path. A simple example of 2 parents and 2 children and showing how to get that i would appreciate sample code and any other help.

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Jason Gangwisch
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