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Access Treeview (Drag & Drop within the treeview)

Posted on 2006-07-02
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I have created a treeview and it is working well...now I would like to drag items from one node to another node within the same tree....For instance, I would like to drag Item 2 under Group B...Can anyone help me with this?

Group A
   Item 1
   Item 2
   Item 3
   Item 4
Group B
   Item 5
   Item 6
   Item 7
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does this article help:
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=209898
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Thanks...Perfect
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