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The Windows CE TreeView Control

The application developed in this chapter provides a pretty good look at the Windows CE version of the familiar TreeView control. As you can expect, the object model is smaller and the features are fewer than what you get with the Win32 TreeView control, but it's sufficiently robust to provide all the common functionality TreeViews are used for without having to hunt for or write your own custom control.

The following is a list of the TreeView control's methods and properties used in this chapter:

    Close Input LinePrint Open EOF Dir FileDateTime FileLen GetAttr Kill

Again, I feel it's useful to have a full object model reference to be able to refer to in not only this project, but for any other project you work on as well. Appendix A lists the full object model for the Windows CE TreeView control.

The TreeView is in its own control library, MSCETreeView.dll, and, just like the FileSystem and File controls, can be added to a project's toolbox through the Project Components dialog. Simply select Microsoft Windows CE Treeview Control 3.0.

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