This sample database implements a switchboard-solution that uses a treeview-control that itself will allow the user to navigate to your application's objects by means of a hierarchical list.
The switchboard itself also includes a subform that may host other forms that are being shown after the user clicks a node in the treeview.
The hierarchy is being created using a simple and straight-forward table where you name the nodes, set the nodes' hierarchy-level and their order of appearance; This table will also be the place where you will state what form, report or function is to be called after the user clicks a node.
You will need the treeview-control installed on your machine. If you do not have the control, you will most probably not have the required license (included with i.e. VB6) to distribute it either. However, here's a setup that will install the treeview - so that you may at least try it out. This archive also includes the setup-script that is being used to install the control (InnoSetup-script).
This is one of the older entries that can also be found on the original Access-site.
Download: TV_Switchboard.zip (56.65 kb)