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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.

Any ideas?
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