Some of the AccessUI Ribbon & Tree Builder Features
The AccessUI Ribbon & Tree Builder allows you to quickly create complex Ribbon menus in your application. It requires no knowledge of XML; you simply edit records in a form. You can respond to user actions, such as clicking a button, by creating callback methods. These callback methods are simple VBA functions that the Ribbon & Tree Builder can help you create.
With the Ribbon & Tree Builder you can easily create multiple types of Treeviews by simply creating a query for each level. You can have unlimited levels and Treeviews can be created dynamically when the user first expands a node, recursively on a single query or completely, loading all levels. Each level can have an Access Form associated with it so a single tree can fill multiple needs and you can multiple different Treeviews as the same time.
There are more than 1,000 built-in ImageMSO icons in Office and finding them can be a challenge. With the Ribbon & Tree Builder you can browse by first letter or search by name. Once you find the icon you want to you simply clicking on it will copy it in to the selected idMsoImage field.
If you can’t find a suitable built in image, you can always add a custom image. You can select any existing image in the Shared Image Gallery or easily add new ones from the Ribbon & Tree Builder.
Deploying an Access Application created from the AccessUI Ribbon & Tree Builder is simple. All you need to include are two small ACCDB libraries, one for the Ribbon & Tree Builder one for the Treeview. Each time the Ribbon & Tree Builder is loaded a configuration check is performed on the database to make sure all the components are correct.
The Ribbon & Tree Builder's intuitive admin tools allow you to quickly build Ribbons and Treeviews though the add-in. All configurations are made from within the Ribbon & Tree Builder add-in and stored in local tables in your application.
AccessUI Ribbon & Tree Builder Requirements
We currently only support ACCDB with no current plans to support MDB file formats.
The following version of Access are supported in x86 and x64:
If you would like to see support for a version not listed or for MDB's. Please contact us.