How to: unselect a TreeNode (Window Forms and VS2008)?

I don't see a way to unselect a node in a TreeView object programmatically.  I am using VS2008 and C#.

What is strange is that the VS2008 MSDN docs state that you just use TreeNode.Selected method to.
It says "Gets or sets a value that indicates whether the node is selected.

However, there is no Selected method for TreeNode when using VS2008.

Anybody have a workaround or correction?

Thanks,
Ted
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sjturner2Commented:
TreeNode.IsSelected property will tell you if the node is selected. To unselect a node set TreeView.SelectedNode to null.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.windows.forms.treeview.selectednode.aspx
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