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Treeview in Visual Studio 2003 for ASP.Net applications

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Hello,

Is the treeview component available in visual studio 2003 specifically Visual Basic.Net developing ASP.net? I'm pretty new to VB coming from Delphi. When I select asp.net when creating a new application, I can't seem to find any treeview component in Tool Box-> Web Forms. Is there any thing I need to do to make it appear?

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