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How do you programmatically de-select a tree control item?

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VC++ MFC CTreeCtrl: How do you programmatically de-select a tree control item? The solutions listed in the data base do not work for me...
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m_tree.SelectItem(NULL) ;
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When I execute this it de-selects the item but then selects the top most item showing in my tree. I've checked the properties for the control and don't see anything that would force this.

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