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Changing borderstyle of nodes in Treeview control

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HI all,

I am using treeview control in Access2003. I know that we can change the backcolor, forecolor and Bold Property. But what i need is to change the borderstyle of the parent nodes to make it look different from its child nodes. Can anyone help me on this.

Thanks for ur valuable help in advance
Sep 1 '06 #1
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Have you seen the help in Access for this type of controls. Have you seen all the properties of this kind of control?

Today I've seen the follow in the help of Access that invoked me your case:

You can use this property to display data in an unbound object frame based on the data contained in another unbound object frame.

When you set the OLEData property of an ActiveX control to the OLEData property of another ActiveX control, the first ActiveX control becomes another instance of the second ActiveX control. For example, the result of the following property assignment is to change the TreeView control into a Calendar control:

Me!MyTreeViewControl.OLEData = Me!MyCalendarControl.OLEData

Maybe there is others properties not only OLEdata that can help you!

Have a nice day!
Sep 2 '06 #2

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