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    Running Video in Excel

    Hi Can any one help.

    I am using office 2007, I have created a userform with an Apple Quicktime Control to view Video clips. What I want to do is I suppose 2 things. Add another control, that will give me a tree/Directory view so I can choose which video I want to run. Once Chosen the video needs to run in the Qicktime Control that I inserted earlier.

    1. Which is the best control to use for my tree/directory view
    2. What code do I need to make the control work lets say C:\ to all sub-dirs
    3. How do i link the control.

    Many thanks

    Saltkev

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    You can use the TreeView control for this.

    http://www.cpearson.com/excel/FolderTreeView.aspx

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    Thanks

    Hi Hack

    Thanks for the help, I had guessed that one but was not 100% sure, any ideas with 2 & 3.

    Thanks

    kev

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    Quote Originally Posted by saltkev View Post
    Thanks for the help, I had guessed that one but was not 100% sure, any ideas with 2 & 3.
    Did you look at the link I posted.

    It goes into how to load a folder structure into a treeview on an excel userform.

    3 is "How do I link the control" - I have no idea what that means. What control? The treeview? If so, see the CPearson link I posted.

    The Apple whosits control? That I have no idea. Until this thread, I'd never even heard of it.

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    Thanks

    I guess

    Neither of us has his reading head on, and yes I should have looked further, I am going to end this hear because one of us getting quite stressed, really friendly forum, will call back soon.

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