45:
How can I expand a folder

With ExFolderView1
	.ShellFolder("C:\").Expanded = True
End With
44:
How do I get the subfolders of specified folder

With ExFolderView1
	Set var_ShellFolders = .ShellFolder("C:\").Folders
End With
43:
How do I check a folder

With ExFolderView1
	.HasCheckBoxes = True
	.ShellFolder("C:\").Check = True
End With
42:
How do I get the name of folder, as it is displayed in the control

With ExFolderView1
	var_DisplayName = .FirstVisibleFolder.DisplayName
End With
41:
How can I specify the folders being displayed in the control

' IncludeFolder event - Occurs when the user includes folders to the control.
Private Sub ExFolderView1_IncludeFolder(ByVal Folder As EXFOLDERVIEWLibCtl.IExShellFolder,Include As Boolean)
	With ExFolderView1
		Include = False
	End With
End Sub

With ExFolderView1
	.IncludeFolder = True
End With
40:
How can I include the files and folders in the control

With ExFolderView1
	.IncludeAttributeMask = 2147483703
End With
39:
How can I change the control's font

With ExFolderView1
	Set f = CreateObject("StdFont")
	With f
		.Name = "Verdana"
		.Size = 12
	End With
	.Font = f
End With
38:
Can I add a rename to the control's context menu
With ExFolderView1
	.CanRename = True
End With
37:
How can I change the shape of the cursor
With ExFolderView1
	.MousePointer = 2
End With
36:
How can I get height of the horizontal scroll bar
With ExFolderView1
	Debug.Print( .HorizontalHeight )
End With
35:
How can I get width of the vertical scroll bar
With ExFolderView1
	Debug.Print( .VerticalWidth )
End With
34:
How can I remove the control's scroll bars
With ExFolderView1
	Debug.Print( .Scrollbars )
End With
33:
How can I get the horizontal scroll range
With ExFolderView1
	Debug.Print( .HorizontalOversize )
End With
32:
How can I get the horizontal scroll position
With ExFolderView1
	Debug.Print( .HorizontalOffset )
End With
31:
How can I get the vertical scroll range
With ExFolderView1
	Debug.Print( .VerticalOversize )
End With
30:
How can I get the vertical scroll position
With ExFolderView1
	Debug.Print( .VerticalOffset )
End With
29:
Can I assign partial check boxes to folders, so the sub folders get checked when the user checks the parent folder

With ExFolderView1
	.HasCheckBoxes = True
	.PartialCheck = True
	.FirstVisibleFolder.Check = True
End With
28:
How can I drop files to control
With ExFolderView1
	.AllowDropFiles = True
End With
27:
Can I explore only a folder, so the user can't see the parent folder

With ExFolderView1
	.ExploreFromHere = "c:\"
End With
26:
How can I hide the icons

With ExFolderView1
	.IconsVisible = False
End With
25:
How can I disable or enable the entire control
With ExFolderView1
	.Enabled = False
End With
24:
How can I expand a folder

With ExFolderView1
	.EnsureVisible .SpecialFolderPath(StartMenu)
End With
23:
How can I ensure that a specified folder fits the contrl's client area

With ExFolderView1
	.EnsureVisible .SpecialFolderPath(StartMenu)
End With
22:
How do I refresh the control
With ExFolderView1
	.Refresh 
End With
21:
Is there any function or property to get the first visible folder

With ExFolderView1
	.HasCheckBoxes = True
	.FirstVisibleFolder.Check = True
End With
20:
How do I find a special folder, like My Computer

With ExFolderView1
	.SelectedFolder = "::{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}"
End With
19:
How do I find a special folder, like My Computer

With ExFolderView1
	.SelectedFolder = .SpecialFolderPath(MyComputer)
End With
18:
How do I select and expand a folder

With ExFolderView1
	.SelectedFolder = .SpecialFolderPath(Programs)
End With
17:
How do I select and expand a folder

With ExFolderView1
	.SelectedFolder = "c:\"
End With
16:
How do I select a folder

With ExFolderView1
	.SelectedFolder = "c:\"
End With
15:
How do I get the checked folders or files

With ExFolderView1
	.HasCheckBoxes = True
	.FirstVisibleFolder.Check = True
	Debug.Print( .FoldersCheck.Count )
End With
14:
How can I display the hidden folders

With ExFolderView1
	.HiddenFolders = True
End With
13:
How can I get the folder or the file from the point
' MouseMove event - Fired when the user move the mouse over the ExFolderView control.
Private Sub ExFolderView1_MouseMove(ByVal Button As Integer,ByVal Shift As Integer,ByVal X As Single,ByVal Y As Single)
	With ExFolderView1
		Debug.Print( .FolderFromPoint(-1,-1) )
	End With
End Sub


12:
How can I refresh the control as soon as the user renames a folder in Windows Explorer
With ExFolderView1
	.AutoUpdate = True
End With
11:
How do I enable or disable the control's context menu
With ExFolderView1
	.EnableShellMenu = False
End With
10:
How do I hide the overlay icons
With ExFolderView1
	.OverlayIcons = False
End With
9:
How do I display the overlay icons
With ExFolderView1
	.OverlayIcons = True
End With
8:
How do I display the share name for folders and files
With ExFolderView1
	.DisplayShareName = True
End With
7:
How do I assign a checkbox for each folder/file in the control

With ExFolderView1
	.HasCheckBoxes = True
End With
6:
How do I remove the lines that link the root items

With ExFolderView1
	.HasLinesAtRoot = False
End With
5:
How do I remove the buttons to expand or collapse the folders

With ExFolderView1
	.HasButtons = False
End With
4:
How do I remove the lines between items

With ExFolderView1
	.HasLines = False
End With
3:
How do I remove the control's border
With ExFolderView1
	.Appearance = Flat
End With
2:
How do I change the control's foreground color

With ExFolderView1
	.ForeColor = RGB(255,0,0)
End With
1:
How do I change the control's background color

With ExFolderView1
	.BackColor = RGB(255,0,0)
End With