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Multiselect Items in a Treeview

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Is it possible to multiselect items in a treeview i.e. drag & drop more than one item at a time ?
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Unfortunatley if you are using the Microsoft treeview control it does not support the ability to support multiple items.  To do so you would either have to use a listview and set the Indent property (which will get you the tree structure, but not the ability to expand/collapse) or one of the third party tree view controls that are on the market.
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1) Where might I go to see those 3rd party options?

2) Can you point me to an example on the listview Indent?
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http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/controls/treeview/misc-advanced/article.php/c629/ gives an example of a third party treeview control - i have never used one so I do not know if any are any good - but they claim they can do what microsoft can not.

http://vbnet.mvps.org/code/comctl/lvitemindent.htm is a good example of indenting a list box
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Thanks for your help!
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