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Popup style window like Outlook e-mail when dragging one folder to another in the Outlook treeview style e-mail folders window

Posted on 2006-07-02
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Please point me in the right direction.  I have a treeview with a list of items.  I would like to know the best way to show the value of the item in the treenode while it is dragged to another control.  I would like the item displayed like Outlook displays the value of the treenode when it is being dragged to another treenode in the folders window (it has a folder icon and the name of the e-mail folder next to it while it is being dragged).

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In order to get the "ghost" image while dragging you need to implement it yourself, you won't get it for free.  I think this is what you want.  

http://www.codeproject.com/cs/miscctrl/TreeViewDragDrop.asp

Cheers,

Aaron
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