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EMULATING THE WINDOWS 95 EXPLORER WITH THE LISTVIEW CONTROL

The ListView control allows you to create a dialog that looks similar to the views found in the Windows 95 Explorer. With this control, you can add a view that's different from the everyday laundry list of items.

The following sections show how to fill the ListView control programmatically. But first, some more explanation about the control and its properties is needed.

Looking at the Different Views of the ListView Control

The following views can be found:

  • Large Icons. This view displays large icons with the label underneath (refer to Figure 14.7). Only the specified label is displayed.

  • Small Icons. Items are lined up across the screen with small icons displayed beside the labels. Only ...

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