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I using VB 5.0. I need to display a tree view of accounts - sub accounts - contracts. Is there a tree view control, available for VB5? If not can I get some code samples.
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In VB6 a treeview control is available in

"Microsoft Windows Common Controls 5.0"
"Microsoft Windows Common Controls 6.0"

Do you have either of these in Project -> Components?
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Yes I do. I have added the Common Comtrols 5.0 component. I do not have a clue how to define the tree view.
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