search text string in a textbox to find child-node in Treeview  VB.NET 2003

Posted on 2007-03-31
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Hi Experts,

I wonder if you can help. I want to build a winForm with a Textbox and a Treeview control. If I type in "keyword" into the textbox and click "Find" button, then it will automatically collapse selected root-node and find the "keyword" child-node.

Is this possible? As I've searched for a solution and am a little lost...

Question by:RobertoFreemano
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Éric Moreau earned 500 total points
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You need to loop through the Treeview (see "Select/Unselect all features" from http://www.emoreau.com/Entries/Articles/2006/04/The-Treeview-control.aspx) and when you find your node, you can use YourReferenceToYourFoundNode.EnsureVisible

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