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Tree-view in Access

Posted on 2013-11-26
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Hi Experts,

Does MS Access have a tree-view control, sort of file manager, where I can have expandable/collapsible nodes that I can build either by a loop or a recordset.

Finally, if the user highlights a node and clicks a button, the button can know which node is highlighted. Sort of where each node would have a label and a hidden ID and the button can read the ID.

If no such control is available in MS Access can anyone recommend something?

Thank you
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Question by:APD_Toronto
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Yes ...

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.
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I actually like the Treeview Blog website.  The creator walks you through the basics all the way to the complex in 7 steps.
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The Treeview activeX control is not being ported to 64-bit and may not work with A2013 32-bit.  Check if it matters to you.

I found this treeview that is built with VBA and so is not an add-in.

http://www.jkp-ads.com/articles/treeview.asp
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Interesting that the JLP TV has not been tested in A2013:

Access 2003
Access 2010 (32 bit)
Access 2010 (64 bit)

However, I just tested in 2013 and it seems to work just fine.
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