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Access TreeView "Key is not unique in collection"

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I know this is a groaner questions, but does anybody have any troubleshooting tricks for this?

I have checked the code in the .Nodes.Add that sets the Relative: and Key: values until my eyes bleed, and it looks fine.

What's driving me crazy is that the error only occurs when I expand on the parent nodes on the 2nd level, in a particular order.

Thanks for any help

Mark
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