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Dan
Folks --

First - as this may be a FAQ question, I apologize for being off
topic and needlessly recycling a question. I have not found an answer
to this yet.

What I am looking for:
On of my apps is a simple cookbook. I have recipies and stuff, and
some of the recipie headers have category and type fields. However, I
would like to arrange them a bit like a file system, so I would have
folders named "Meat Dishes" with folders and recipies inside in a
fashion similar to how directories and files look like in a
conventional file system under Windows or Unix.

My problem? getting a recipie to display right now is easy - form
works ok. How to access such a folder heiracrch I have an idea
using records that contain analogs to inodes and file systems. I was
wondering if anyone had some code examples for a H system worked out,
or just some examples to look at so I can ahead and work on a general
control to add in to my access system.

This sounded like a common enough problem that someone could tell me
what happened.

Thank you all for your patience and your assistance.

--dan

Jan 6 '07 #1
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On 5 Jan 2007 17:00:47 -0800, "Dan" <dd******@yahoo.comwrote:

Look for the Microsoft Treeview control. It is designed to display
hierarchies. Some third-party ones are nice as well, for example the
one from Infragistics.

-Tom.

>Folks --

First - as this may be a FAQ question, I apologize for being off
topic and needlessly recycling a question. I have not found an answer
to this yet.

What I am looking for:
On of my apps is a simple cookbook. I have recipies and stuff, and
some of the recipie headers have category and type fields. However, I
would like to arrange them a bit like a file system, so I would have
folders named "Meat Dishes" with folders and recipies inside in a
fashion similar to how directories and files look like in a
conventional file system under Windows or Unix.

My problem? getting a recipie to display right now is easy - form
works ok. How to access such a folder heiracrch I have an idea
using records that contain analogs to inodes and file systems. I was
wondering if anyone had some code examples for a H system worked out,
or just some examples to look at so I can ahead and work on a general
control to add in to my access system.

This sounded like a common enough problem that someone could tell me
what happened.

Thank you all for your patience and your assistance.

--dan
Jan 6 '07 #2

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