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Posted on 2006-11-21
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I have to develop an User Interface with treeview control. In that treeview control i have to load two images for a particular node.


To be more clear, in the windows explorer if you any directory in c: a folder like icon will be displayed near to that icon. I want two icon to display here in a treeview control or any control which supports it.
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treeView1.ImageList = imageList1;
                  treeView1.Nodes[0].ImageIndex = 0;
                  treeView1.Nodes[1].ImageIndex = 1;
                  treeView1.Nodes[2].ImageIndex = 2;
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Éric Moreau earned 250 total points
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Hi Rahamathulla_J,

I have written an article in April 2006 that you can read from http://emoreau.s2i.com/

Cheers!
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