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Treeview Control Controlling scrollbars

Posted on 2004-04-26
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Hi,
I would like to turn off the horizontal scrollbar on the Treeview control and allow only the vertical scrollbar to show when neccessary.  Is there any way to do this?

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by:Mayank S
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Is it a Windows Form TreeView or an IE Web control TreeView?
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by:eddyevations
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Windows Forms Treeview
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by:Mayank S
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As far as I know, it only contains a Scrollable property which can be set to true or false. If you set it to true, then horizontal and vertical scrollbars will appear as and when needed, and if it is false, then they will not appear.
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by:eddyevations
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Thanks...Yes, this seems true...is there another treeview control available that allows you to display only the vertical scrollbar?
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Mayank S earned 150 total points
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None that I know of. If you want, you can try the ListView but I'm not sure if that'll suit your requirements.
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I am just gonna leave this open for a while and see if anyone else knows...thanks
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