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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Intermediate
May 14, 1999

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Access the TreeView Control's Current Node Properties

The TreeView control reports its current node--the selected node--only in its NodeClick event's Node parameter. If you need to access the Node's properties--such as Key or Text--outside this event, you need to declare a Node variable with scope appropriate to your intended usage. To share within a form, include a variable declaration in the Declarations section:
 
Option Explicit
Private CurrentNode As node
Set your variable--in this illustration, CurrentNode--to the node passed in the event:
 
Private Sub tvwDB_NodeClick(ByVal node As node)
Set CurrentNode = node
You can now access CurrentNode's properties from anywhere on the form:
 
Debug.Print CurrentNode.Key
Debug.Print CurrentNode.Text
Ron Schwarz
 
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