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TreeView OCX strictly for Microsoft Access 2002 or 2003 Payware

Posted on 2007-10-04
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Dear Experts,

Windows XP w/SP2
Access 2002 w/SP3 or Access 2003 w/SP3

I am looking for an Tree Control OCX (Payware) for Access 2002 or Access 2003 I want to use in the Tree Control, Icons, Expand - Collapse, Comments this URL is somehow what do I need:

http://www.jedikeeper.com/rebelscum0000/windows_screen.htm

I did a search at Google and I found several Active X most or them for .NET like

http://www.ssware.com/fldrview.htm

I want an TreeView OCX strictly for Microsoft Access 2002 or 2003

Any suggestion or recommendation?

TIA

Regards,
Antonio Macias

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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform) earned 2000 total points
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Yes ... hands down:

http://www.dbi-tech.com/ctTree.asp 

I bought the Component Toolbox ... the controls are awesome ... especially the TreeView ... considerable more flexibility than M$.  You can download for free and try.  Comes with Access mdb samples and A HELP file!  **Royality free distribution**!

53 some components ... big bang for the buck.
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