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Office Developer Edition and TreeView

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I am trying to find the Office Developer Editon
for Access, but it seems to have disappeared. Did
they stop making it after Office 2000?

I have an MSDN Universal license, but it doesn't
appear available on the distributed disks, and
I can't even find it on Microsoft's Web Site.
(Though I did find the Access Developer Extensions.)

What I am particularly looking for is to use the
TreeView control in my Access Forms (and hopefully
Data Access Pages), which, according to some of the
things I have read here comes with the ODE.

Any help on where to find ODE or the TreeView control?

While I'm at it, I can write modules for Excel and
Word in C# rather than VBA, does anyone know if
I can do the same in Access Modules?

Thanks for any help in advance.

Nov 13 '05 #1
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For Access 2003, the runtime support, and such ActiveXs as they now provide,
are in the Visual Studio Tools for Office 2003 System.

For Access 2002, there is the Office XP Developer Edition. I don't believe
that will be in the current MSDN Universal -- perhaps you'll find it in a
previous MSDN distribution if you have saved it.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
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I am trying to find the Office Developer Editon
for Access, but it seems to have disappeared. Did
they stop making it after Office 2000?

I have an MSDN Universal license, but it doesn't
appear available on the distributed disks, and
I can't even find it on Microsoft's Web Site.
(Though I did find the Access Developer Extensions.)

What I am particularly looking for is to use the
TreeView control in my Access Forms (and hopefully
Data Access Pages), which, according to some of the
things I have read here comes with the ODE.

Any help on where to find ODE or the TreeView control?

While I'm at it, I can write modules for Excel and
Word in C# rather than VBA, does anyone know if
I can do the same in Access Modules?

Thanks for any help in advance.

Nov 13 '05 #2

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