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Treeview word wrap and right side scroll bar

Posted on 2004-09-29
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Hi all,
I need to add the capability of word wrapping to a Treeview control. I want it to show only a vertical scroll bar without the horizontal one. I also want this scroll bar to show to the right side of the control.

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Igonre my response, you have ask the question on this thread anyway
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I have gone through that question but I'm not sure how to apply the code to a Treeview control.
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