A ListView/Treeview Control

This excellent code sample shows how to make a ListView control similar to those used in Outlook and Outlook Express. The ListView looks similar to the TreeView control in that items can be 'grouped' - note that items need to be added when a ListItem is 'expanded' and removed when contracted by the programmer.

Many thanks (again) to Brad Martinez for allowing the CodeGuru site to link to another of his excellent samples. See the full article at Brad's Site.

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Comments

  • Comment

    Posted by zarozaq on 05/16/2011 12:09am

    the source is good

    Reply
  • Mr.X

    Posted by zarozaq on 05/16/2011 12:08am

    good..

    Reply
  • Treeview Look Listview - Checkboxes

    Posted by Legacy on 08/10/2000 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Neil


    I have used the code for Brad's listview, and included some additional functionality but have not been able to include Checkboxes on the Listview.

    It appears that the SetItemStateEx method results in a checkbox being displayed, but in the location where the code expects to see the '+' or '-' sign.

    I would appreciate any advice on how one would indent the checkboxes further so that the '+' or '-' sign can still be seen.

    Cheers,
    Neil

    Reply
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