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How do I save a Treeview together with its StateIndex values used for check box immages in the tree

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My application had a TTreeViewcontaining Text only.  With this I simply used SaveToFile and LoadFromFile to save and retrieve the Tree.  I now added some checkboxes to the TreeView using  StateIndex to point to the associates immages for the checkboxes.  How can I save the TreeView now together with the StateIndex values as the SaveToFile and LoadFromFile methods only save the text and not the StateIndex values?
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Thanks the solution from the link did the trick
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