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   I am creating a project management tool. I have to add, modify,delte employee details and i have to list the projects that each employee is working under, their status and the cost involved with reports. I want to create a tree view listing the employees and the projects involved and when clicked the details will be displayed besides the tree view.How can this be done? Are there any sample projects for this? Is there any other suggestion on the way it can be designed better?
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Unna
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Here's a knowldegebase article regarding populating a treeview control:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=209891

Here's another that shows how to build an "explorer-like" interface:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnsmart04/html/sa04k6.asp
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Well this article shows how to create a treeview on a normal form. Can we have it created on an mdi form?
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Access doesn't have a true MDI interface ...  you can kludge one together (see the sample article at the second link) but it's not a true MDI interface.
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This was not of much help to me.Please close the question.
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