Prevent automatic sunken border for treeview control

Posted on 2006-03-24
Last Modified: 2006-11-18
I am using a treeview control on a subform in Access 2000 (from MSCOMCTL.OCX).  It works fine, but insists on giving itself a sunken border, despite my having set every conceivable property to prevent it.  it's only a small thing, but one strives for the elegant solution at all times.  Anybody know how to fix it?

Question by:Bellone
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    Accepted Solution

    Try right clicking on the control, selecting TreeCtrl Object > Properties and change it there.
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    Author Comment

    Must be going senile - thanks thenelson

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    Expert Comment

    I like the easy ones.  Your welcome.

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