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Hi Experts!

I am looking for a solution on how to show a directory structure in treeview in a form in MS Access.  A bit like explorer but then much more comprimized as treeview is.
Hope someone can help me on the right track.

Aernoud
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You can use the Microsoft Web Browser control
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa752040(VS.85).aspx

Gary
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Gary Thanks, but I am not sure if this is what I am looking for. This seems to be a web browser and I need a selection area to select a certain map.
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It's not just for the web
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Ok, I'll have close look tomorrow. Office closes now..
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Also look at http:Q_24077669.html
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Gary,
Thanks for your reply!
I managed to have a webpage shown in an Access (2003) form. But I don´t know how to get a tree of my available maps displayed from for instance the D:\ drive.
Aernoud
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Use something like
WebBrous1.Navigate sPath

where spath is "D:\" or whatever you need
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Ok! I see what you mean! But this works with my explorer settings. Does not have the view I am lookign for. I need a lean and clean treeview not depending from any other programm...
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I think in that case you'll need to pay for a 3rd party tool
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I will have to look for a third party tool
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Good Luck!
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