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In Access 2000 I have a treeview control and many nodes. I want to be able to right click on any node, and have a popup menu display. I already made the menu, i just need to know how to be able to right click on a node. As of now if i left or right click it just selects a node.

For example, if you go into Windows Explorer and right click, you get a menu with options. I want my treeview nodes right click to work like that.
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Question by:CyberAccess
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by:rpai
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Public Sub TreeView1_NodeClick(ByVal Node as MSComctlLib.Node)

 Load mnuPopUp '-- mnuPopUp is the name of the menu you created.

End Sub
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RainUK earned 180 total points
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Hi CyberAccess

Try the code below, in the MouseDown event of the treeview control you are using:

BEGIN CODE ---------------------------------------------

Private Sub TreeView1_MouseDown(Button as Integer, Shift as Integer, x As Single, y As Single)


Dim nodeItem as Node

    If Button = vbRightBUtton Then

        Set nodeItem = TreeView1.HitTest(x,y)
        If NOT(nodeItem Is Nothing) Then
            PopupMenu NameOfYouPopupMenu
        End If
 
    End If

End Sub

END CODE-----------------------------------------------

This code simply uses the treeview mousedown event to check firstly which mouse button was clicked, and then if the mouse clicl equated to clicking a node. If not then the local variable nodeItem is not set. Otherwise if the user did click a node you then get an instantiation of the nodeItem. (Which will allow you to query which node they clicked, e.g. nodeItem.Key etc) The PopupMenu command will then show the menu you created in VBs menu editor.



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by:CyberAccess
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rpai and RainUK, i tried both of your solutions and neither work. RainUK, i get an error saying mouse move this and that and that the event procedures dont match etc... when i look at my treeview event properties i dont even see a mouse down event, but my form has one. so i still put the code in but i dont think my treeview recognizes the mouse down event, any other suggestions.
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by:RainUK
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Does your tree view have a click event of some sort? Please provide me the procdure call including parameters passed.
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by:CyberAccess
ID: 7155427
Private Sub axTreeView_NodeClick(ByVal Node As Object)
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by:RainUK
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Okay sorry I assumed you were using VB. I have never done any Access forms code, is there any event in the form or in the tree view that tells you which control was clicked?

In the forms events, what is the one that is fired when you click it and also if you click the treeview, does the forms mouse click event fire before the treeview_nodeclick does if you click on the treeview?
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by:CyberAccess
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Hey, I actually got is to work but had to modify your code a bit, but it gave me some helpful insight. Thanks for the time you spent. You deserve the points. Yeah sorry i am working in access with VBA and i couldn't get any help in the access section of Experts Exchange and i figured a VB person would know more about it ;)
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by:RainUK
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great news :-)
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