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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by souchie40, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. souchie40

    souchie40
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    Hi

    Hope someone can help, I've followed MS article on Treeview control changing
    the relevant field names for my table, now when I do this on a slimmed down
    data set it works fine, as soon as I place the form (and I've also rewritten
    from scratch) in the main DB all I get is a Blank Form with no idea as to the
    cuase. Anysuggestions and help is greatly received.

    MTIA
    Souchie40
     
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  3. Michael Gramelspacher

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    In article <77351950-076C-4CDF-8C29-203D9DC31A4B@microsoft.com>,
    souchie40@discussions.microsoft.com says...
    > Hi
    >
    > Hope someone can help, I've followed MS article on Treeview control changing
    > the relevant field names for my table, now when I do this on a slimmed down
    > data set it works fine, as soon as I place the form (and I've also rewritten
    > from scratch) in the main DB all I get is a Blank Form with no idea as to the
    > cuase. Anysuggestions and help is greatly received.
    >
    > MTIA
    > Souchie40
    >
    >

    You created a form with a treeview control in one database and now
    imported or copied it until another database and it does not work in the
    second database. Try this. Open the form that does not work in design
    view. Then go to Select on the menu and ActiveX control. Scroll to
    Treeview Control and select it. When the new treeview control appears,
    delete it. Now save the form and see if it works.

    Mike Gramelspacher
     
  4. souchie40

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    Just tried to do as suggested but didn't work, I also forgot to add that I'm
    working with A97 on W2000

    MTIA

    "Michael Gramelspacher" wrote:

    > In article <77351950-076C-4CDF-8C29-203D9DC31A4B@microsoft.com>,
    > souchie40@discussions.microsoft.com says...
    > > Hi
    > >
    > > Hope someone can help, I've followed MS article on Treeview control changing
    > > the relevant field names for my table, now when I do this on a slimmed down
    > > data set it works fine, as soon as I place the form (and I've also rewritten
    > > from scratch) in the main DB all I get is a Blank Form with no idea as to the
    > > cuase. Anysuggestions and help is greatly received.
    > >
    > > MTIA
    > > Souchie40
    > >
    > >

    > You created a form with a treeview control in one database and now
    > imported or copied it until another database and it does not work in the
    > second database. Try this. Open the form that does not work in design
    > view. Then go to Select on the menu and ActiveX control. Scroll to
    > Treeview Control and select it. When the new treeview control appears,
    > delete it. Now save the form and see if it works.
    >
    > Mike Gramelspacher
    >
     
  5. Michael Gramelspacher

    Michael Gramelspacher
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    In article <5FD34DFA-C1BF-4AE0-AC0E-38F7941CEED6@microsoft.com>,
    souchie40@discussions.microsoft.com says...
    > Just tried to do as suggested but didn't work, I also forgot to add that I'm
    > working with A97 on W2000
    >
    > MTIA
    >

    I am not any kind of expert but just noticed that the tip worked for me
    and others reported that it worked for them. Maybe open the database
    where the treeview control is working and see what references are set.
    Then open the other database where it does not work and be sure to set
    the references the same as on the working database.

    Mike Gramelspacher
     

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