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Name:Alex Dybenko

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Friday, April 19, 2013

An MSForms treeview control now in Access

An MSForms (all VBA) treeview control you can now use in Access as any OCX control, e.g. insert into form or report. And it will work on 64-bit Access version! Thanks to Access MVP Ben Clothier, who made it happen!



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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

An MSForms (all VBA) treeview control

Jan Karel Pieterse, Excel MVP, have built a treeview control on MSForms and VBA, which can be used as replacement for one from Microsoft Windows Common Controls. That means you can use it in both 32 and 64-bit Excel versions and also on Mac! As I see - you can also run it in Access, same way as in Excel, as dialog form, but not on Access form.


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Monday, April 08, 2013

Long life Visual Basic!

Good article  by Chris Boss: Classic Visual Basic’s end marked a key change in software development. I still doing a lot of stuff on VB6 and of course VBA and I hope Microsoft will keep it running on new Windows versions