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Posted on 2011-09-13
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Where is the OnClick event in a treeview control? Mine does not have that option. Am I using the wrong ActiveX control?
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Go to the VB Editor, select the Treeview control in the controls combo box.  There are a lot more events available in the event drop down than are visible in the Events tab of the Properties Dialog.

The event you are looking for is called NodeClick.
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Also we have this:

Freeware Instant Treeview (Scroll down to bottom  of the page until you get to Access Tools)
           http://datapigtechnologies.com/AccessMain.htm
Comes with db that has jump start example and an online tutorial. It's very cool.

mx
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