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I'm using a Treeview, which will list files in a directory.
Naturally, I could buy them, or search the internet for them, and then
create some sort of algorithm to apply them to each treeview node, but I
thought I'd ask.....

Is there a way to look at the system (reflection, perhaps) and apply the
correct Icon/Image for that particular filetype, as the image in the node?
And - if so, can you point me to the resource that shows how this is done?
Nov 6 '06 #1
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Elmo Watson wrote:
I'm using a Treeview, which will list files in a directory.
Naturally, I could buy them, or search the internet for them, and then
create some sort of algorithm to apply them to each treeview node, but I
thought I'd ask.....

Is there a way to look at the system (reflection, perhaps) and apply the
correct Icon/Image for that particular filetype, as the image in the node?
And - if so, can you point me to the resource that shows how this is done?
Nov 6 '06 #2

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