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The passed struct to the click handler is of type NMITEMACTIVATE. This struct contains the ptAction member indicating where the click occurs. You must check if the x position is right of the check box (see my first answer on how to determine the width of the check box). As far as I remember, the width is 13 pixels by default. But there is also some spacing between the left border and the check box. To make it more complicat, you must also check if the list is scrolled horizontically.
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