How to view details instead of icons in a folder/directory?

Posted on 2004-11-28
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Last Modified: 2010-04-23
When using the axWebBrowser to look at a folder/directory is it possible to set the view to 'Details' programmatically rather  
than having to keep using the context menu?

Currently, the user has to right-click his mouse and select details to select a view.

Any ideas?
Question by:Richard Kreidl
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armoghan earned 2000 total points
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Hi rkckjk,
Instead of using axWebBrowser you can use some other control as WebBrowser is mainly for web and not Folder/Files

Or something like this

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