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What the name of the control that is used in Visual Studio for the
Properties Window, Solution Explorer, etc

Thanks in Advance

Dec 30 '05 #1
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PropertyGrid for the Properties Window, TreeView for things like Solution
Explorer would be the likely closest choices.

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"Curious" wrote:

What the name of the control that is used in Visual Studio for the
Properties Window, Solution Explorer, etc

Thanks in Advance

Dec 30 '05 #2
Curious wrote:

What the name of the control that is used in Visual Studio for the
Properties Window, Solution Explorer, etc

Thanks in Advance

Download AutoIt3 and run the au3info. By running the mouse over the
control you can find out the class name.
Dec 30 '05 #3

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