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Default explorer like panels in VB 6.0

hi friends,

May I know whether there are any container controls in VB 6.0 which can divide the screen into two or more panels. Just like frames in a web page. When I click one control in one panel, it should render results in a different panel.

For ex. in windows explorer, when we click left side folders, it will bring in all files in a list box on the right panel. It is possible to resize the two panels. I want an exactly similar feature in my application.

May I know which control I should use ? Are there any free controls for this ?
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Have you tried using the VB Application Wizard to build a new project? It has an Explorer-style application as an option.

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Hello MacHovis,

Thanks for your suggestion. Exactly, this is what I want.

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