Auto-expand nodes in Treeview on Search

Hi.

My code allows a user to search for a Product Name, which is contained within a Treeview Node. If the Nodes are NOT expanded, I need the code to auto-expand the Parent Node and it's Children which correspond with a successful search.

    My Treeview looks something like this:

        + Parent
                   -Child
                          -Child
                                 -Child

Can anyone help with some code, please.

Thanks.
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danaseamanCommented:
Use the Node Key or Index and call this code:

TreeView1.Nodes.Item("nodSub16").EnsureVisible
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tvtechAuthor Commented:
dabaseaman, thanks, but that expands all nodes under that Parent. I only the branch that contains my Product Name to expand.

Example:

        + Parent
                   -Child
                          -Child
                                 -Child

        + Parent
                   -Child
                          -Child
                                 -Child

        + Parent <-------- Only want this branch to open
                   -Child
                          -Product Name <---- Search finds correct Product Name.
                                 -Child

Thanks.
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tvtechAuthor Commented:
Whoops! Didn't close the nodes first! :-) Thanks danaseaman.
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