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If I skip the Event RenameNode row I get the error message Object does not source Automation events. Why is this row necessary?

==form code (a form with a treeview)
Option Explicit

Dim WithEvents urban As nisse

Private Sub Form_Load()
     Set urban = New nisse
     urban.init TreeView1
End Sub

=class code
Option Explicit

Private WithEvents TV As ComctlLib.treeview
?Event RenameNode(Data As Variant, NewName As String, Cancel As Integer)

Sub init(treeview As ComctlLib.treeview)
    Set TV = treeview
End Sub
Private Sub TV_Click()
    MsgBox "hej"
End Sub
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The class must source an event for it to be an "Object which sources Automation events"  I ran into the same problem and thought it was pretty stupid.  Create another event, like

Event Fubar()

and then comment out your event RenameNode event and you shouldn't get the error.  

SHOULD work! :)

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