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ListView_SetItemPosition32 info  Overview  Group

The ListView_SetItemPosition32 macro moves an item to a specified position in a list view control, which must be in icon or small icon view. This macro differs from the ListView_SetItemPosition macro in that it uses 32-bit coordinates. You can use the ListView_SetItemPosition32 macro or explicitly send the LVM_SETITEMPOSITION32 message.

void ListView_SetItemPosition32(

    HWND hwnd,

    int iItem,

    nt x,

    int y



Handle to the list view control.
Index of the list view item to set the position of.
x and y
New horizontal and vertical coordinates of the item.

Return Values

No return value.

See Also


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