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Change Crystal Reports Group Tree Width - Visual Studio 2005 - C#

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Can some please tell me how to change the Crystal Reports crystalReportViewer Group-Tree Width in the Visual Studio 2005 designer or with C# code?

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Dennis
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I don't know if that is available.  You should be able to drag it wider or narrower.

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That's the problem. I don't want the user to need to drag it wider. I want to have it ready for them when they open the report.

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I don't know of a property for the width.  You can turn it on or off.  I just tried playing with it and don't find a property or any way to control the width

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I looked all over too. But I'm a beginner with Crystal Reports.
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There does not seem to be any why to do this in Visual Studio 2005.
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Visual Studio 2005 - C# - Winforms

Finally answer this myself. This is how I got by trial and error:

crystalReportViewer1.Controls[2].Width = 300;

If someone knows the internal CR data name of the Group Tree please post it here. I tried "GroupTree," "group," and "tree."
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