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    Re: VB - How to show "open folder" and "closed folders" in a TreeView

    can you explain how can i put code that lets say once you click on the "another" folder a msgbox popsup

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    Lightbulb Re: VB - How to show "open folder" and "closed folders" in a TreeView

    Hi there fella,

    here's how I done it.... Open the Treeview Zip attachment that was posted at the top of this thread by MartinLiss, and open the project.

    Then add the code below to the bottom of the treeview form source code.

    It checks each node that is double clicked to see if the text for that node is "another". If the text matches, then it throws up the message box at you.

    VB Code:
    1. Private Sub JUMP()
    2. MsgBox "You selected the " & Chr(34) & "another" & Chr(34) & " folder", vbInformation, "Another Selection" 'Popup a message box.
    3. End Sub
    4.  
    5. Private Sub tvwDemo_DblClick()
    6.     If tvwDemo.SelectedItem.Text = "another" Then
    7.         JUMP    'Call the JUMP Sub, containing the message box.
    8.     End If
    9. End Sub


    There are other ways of doing it ... with indexes and stuff... but I found this to be the easiest method.

    Hope it's of some help to you.

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