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TreeView Control: Stop All Rename-ing

Posted on 2004-09-17
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As title suggests, how do i stop all rename events on the treeview control?

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rename events? Do you mean disable the lable to be edit? If yes, try set the LabelEdit Property to 1 - tvwManual,  like:

TreeView1.LabelEdit = tvwManual

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ah, thanks.

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