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Looking for a treeview control

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I'm looking for a treeview control that supports owner-drawn nodes.
Preferably freeware. Anyone know of one?

I checked GotDotNet and did a Google search. All that I found was a package
called NetAdvantage from Infragistics, which is outside the budget for this
program (just a program for personal use).

TIA,

Richard Rosenheim
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Try IEWebControl. You can download from MS website.


"Richard L Rosenheim" wrote:
I'm looking for a treeview control that supports owner-drawn nodes.
Preferably freeware. Anyone know of one?

I checked GotDotNet and did a Google search. All that I found was a package
called NetAdvantage from Infragistics, which is outside the budget for this
program (just a program for personal use).

TIA,

Richard Rosenheim

Jul 21 '05 #2

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Thanks for replying. Sorry, I wasn't explicit, but I'm actually looking for
a Forms control.

But, out of curiosity, I did try searching both MSDN and microsoft.com for
"IEWebControl". In both cases, the search engine failed to find any hits.

Richard Rosenheim
"IEWebControl" <IE**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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Try IEWebControl. You can download from MS website.


"Richard L Rosenheim" wrote:
I'm looking for a treeview control that supports owner-drawn nodes.
Preferably freeware. Anyone know of one?

I checked GotDotNet and did a Google search. All that I found was a package called NetAdvantage from Infragistics, which is outside the budget for this program (just a program for personal use).

TIA,

Richard Rosenheim

Jul 21 '05 #3

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