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Seth Schrock
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I'm trying to use an ActiveX treeview control. I was trying to declare it in VBA and discovered that there was no option for declaring a variable as MsComctlLib.Tre eView. I'm assuming that this is a reference problem, but I can't find a reference that specifically says for the treeview and I can't find online what reference it requires. I also checked, and I don't have the MsComctlLib file on my computer which I would assume that I would need. Where can I get it and how do I add it to the references list?
Dec 24 '12 #1
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zmbd
5,501 Recognized Expert Moderator Expert
Just because I'm dense.... you tried (now I'm speaking in version 2010 which is OFFICE14 on the hard-drive install:
Form in design mode.
Insert activex control
Microsoft Treview Control, Version 6.0

this either was not available or did not work?

Open VBA editor:
Tools
References
[X] Microsoft Office 14 Object Library
[X] Microsoft ActiveX Dataobjects 2.1 Library

You need "mscomctl.o cx" if I remember correctly. IN a WinXP install it is in the "windows\system 32"


OK - I'm pushing 20 hours up time and I need to be back up and out within the next 5 hours so time for a nap

Merry Christmas to those who are in the 25th and Happy Christmas Eve that are in the same boat with me!

A sip of EggfNoggg..,..! !!!, !!!!! zzzzzzzzz
Dec 24 '12 #2
NeoPa
32,584 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
Does Smiley's article not explain how to get hold of the library Seth?

I use Win XP still and the file is found on my system as :
C:\WINDOWS\syst em32\mscomctl.o cx

If you don't have this available then you need to get hold of and install it before trying to access it ;-)
Dec 24 '12 #3
Seth Schrock
2,965 Recognized Expert Specialist
@Z I'm using Access 2010 as well. Inserting the control worked just fine. My problem came in the VBA editor when trying to declare a variable as a treeview as Smiley had in his video
Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers
  1. Dim tv As MsComctlLib.TreeView
I assumed that this meant that I needed the MsComctlLib file. I already had the reference to the Microsoft Office 14 Object Library selected, but not the Microsoft ActiveX Dataobjects 2.1 Library. However, adding that later didn't fix it.

I GOT IT! I found an article that said that Windows 7 x64 (what I have) stores its 32 bit drivers in the Windows\SysWOW6 4 folder (my office installation is 32 bit). In the References window, I browsed to that location, selected the MsComctl.ocx file which turns into the Microsoft Windows Common Controls 6.0 (SP6) reference. I selected it and it now works.

@ NeoPa No Smiley doesn't tell how to get a hold of the library. I might add a comment to his YouTube video and suggest explaining that.

One more question that might be a little off subject, but does anyone know how to add this reference when the user only has Microsoft Access Run-time 2010?
Dec 24 '12 #4
NeoPa
32,584 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
You add it into the database as a developer Seth, so that it's already there when the user opens it.
Dec 24 '12 #5
Seth Schrock
2,965 Recognized Expert Specialist
Great! I don't have to worry about that then. Thanks NeoPa for that information and to everyone who posted trying to help me out. It is very much appreciated.
Dec 25 '12 #6
NeoPa
32,584 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
Seth:
Great! I don't have to worry about that then.
Absolutely not :-)

Time to relax and join Z in an egg-nogg I think. Merry Christmas to all!
Dec 25 '12 #7
TheSmileyCoder
2,322 Recognized Expert Moderator Top Contributor
Merry christmas to you all.

Usually when you design your form (as shown in the video) and insert the treeview active X control, my experience has always been that Access will automatically set the reference to the Microsoft Common Control Library (mscomctllib). See the video @ Treeview video @ time of Active X insertion

Did your approach not follow the path outlined above?
Dec 25 '12 #8
Seth Schrock
2,965 Recognized Expert Specialist
That is the way that I did it and the reference didn't come up until I manually added it. I'm not sure why it didn't. I was following along with your video and when I got to the loadTreeview function the first dim statement didn't work. Another anomaly that I have found is that the tree view object's properties (not the control properties) won't let me change the properties. I have had to make the changes (like the indent space) in VBA. Could this be for the same reason that the VBA reference didn't get made automatically?
Dec 25 '12 #9
TheSmileyCoder
2,322 Recognized Expert Moderator Top Contributor
Hi Seth
I believe it may be related to a issue in which Microsoft released a update to the MScomCtlLib which was incorrectly patched by microsoft, causing registry errors.

I believe if you follow the advice laid out in:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2597986
Your results should more closely match my video. If you do follow the advice, please let me know, so that I know to create a addendum of sorts to my treeview vid.
Dec 25 '12 #10

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