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    Splitter Component (XP)

    Hello
    Does anyone know of a Splitter Component available anywhere that will work with Access XP?
    That is, a component that will allow the user to resize adjoining components by dragging the frame in between then, for example, a TreeView component adjoining a ListView component (like windows explorer).
    Or alternatively, a way to create one using what is already available in Access (XP developer edition).

    Thank you.

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    Re: Splitter Component (XP)

    We have used such a control from DBI Technologies though programming it isn't trivial. You might also be interested in our AccessUI product which incorporates that technology.
    Wendell

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    Re: Splitter Component (XP)

    Thank you for the information,
    I will check out both your suggestions.

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    Re: Splitter Component (XP)

    Here, I just wrote an example up for you. Let me know if you need an explanation of what it's doing.
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    Re: Splitter Component (XP)

    Drew
    Thank you for the example, I believe it will suffice perfectly for my needs.

    Dirk.

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    Re: Splitter Component (XP)

    You're welcome. Someone off lounge pointed out that it's missing a final touch of changing the mouse to a double arrow...... <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>

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