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How to use a TreeView control in VBA

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 Just need simple instructions.
       I'm using Excel 2000 and have a form with a new TreeView control.
 In help it says to go to Properties window to Nodes, and add in Nodes.
      I don't see nodes in property window of the TreeView Control, though I see Sample Nodes
 on the Control itself.
      Anyhow, I need a VBA code to add few Parent lines and 5 child lines to each parent.

     Thanks.
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LenkaL,

from http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/cmctl198/html/vbpronodesx.asp
Say your treeview control is named tv1:

   With tv1
      With .Nodes
         .Add , , "R", "Root"
         .Add "R", tvwChild, "C1", "Child 1"
         .Add "R", tvwChild, "C2", "Child 2"
         .Add "R", tvwChild, "C3", "Child 3"
         .Add "R", tvwChild, "C4", "Child 4"
         tv1.Nodes(.Count).EnsureVisible
      End With
      .Style = tvwTreelinesText ' Style 4.
   End With

Other sources of code and doc, but maybe you have already looked at that:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/cmctl198/html/vbpronodes.asp

Regards,
Sébastien
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by:LenkaL
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 Thanks,
 Will try it.
 
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Hi LenkaL,
This post has been open for quite a while.
Did the above comment helped you?

Regards,
Sebastien
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