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TreeView -- Programmatically Selecting a Node

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I am using TreeView in a Microsoft Access 2000 form. I can create the tree, populate it and select items.

Now I want to Programmatically select and highlight a node on the tree based upon a value selected elsewhere in the form.

Can someone explain how to do the above, or send me a reference that explains TreeView in more detail?


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Best Regards,
Adam J. Betcher
ad************@boeing.com

Nov 13 '05 #1
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Hi:

I am using TreeView in a Microsoft Access 2000 form. I can create the tree,
populate it and select items.
Now I want to Programmatically select and highlight a node on the tree based
upon a value selected elsewhere in the form.
Can someone explain how to do the above, or send me a reference that
explains TreeView in more detail?
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--
Best Regards,
Adam J. Betcher
ad************@boeing.com

Use the Key or Tag when you build the treeview to uniquely identify nodes.
Then on the afterupdate of your other control, you can easily reference a
distinct node.

~ Duane Phillips.

Nov 13 '05 #2

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