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Old 06-11-2010, 01:45 AM
nxhoaf nxhoaf is offline How to creat tree view Windows 7 How to creat tree view Office 2007
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Hi there, i'm using word 2k7, I heard that there was a method for creating tree-like content, similar to the picture below



Can anyone tell me how to do that, please !!
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Kimberly Kimberly is offline How to creat tree view Windows 7 How to creat tree view Office 2010 (Version 14.0)
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A custom multi-level list will create the look, but it won't be collapsible. Or you can go into Outline View of any doc that uses Heading styles and automatically have the basic functionality of a tree view control, but it isn't really a control on a file.

You can add a tree-view control to the toolbox of the VBE (right-click on the Toolbox and choose to add more tools), but I don't know how well it works, and it takes a lot of code. I am not convinced it can be used in the body of a document or to collapse parts of a doc.
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