Excel VBA solution to identify expanded Nodes in a UserForm TreeView

I have a TreeView control (Treeview1) displayed in excel.UserForm using classic vba.

I wish to return the oNode.text values of those TreeView nodes that are Expanded (not collapsed)
Do I have to detect each node 'expansion' event as it occurs and, for each, write TreeView1.SelectedItem.key to a worksheet,
Or:
Could I enumerate the TreeView as follows?

dim oNode as Node
for each oNode in Treeview1.NodeS
      ... and return to my worksheet the node.key value of each node that is expanded?
next

Thanks
Kelvin4Asked:
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
You can't use For Each with a Treeview.

Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim lngNode As Integer

For lngNode = 1 To Treeview1.Nodes.Count
    If Treeview1.Nodes(lngNode).Expanded Then
    ' Write to worksheet here
        'MsgBox Treeview1.Nodes(lngNode).Key
    End If
Next
End Sub

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Kelvin4Author Commented:
Many thanks!
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