TreeView Control

I was wondering if it is possible to open a treeview control expanded to a certain child node.

I use a form(Form1) with a treeview control to make a selection which populates a subform (On the same form as the Treeview control) which is bound to a record from an access table. Some fields of this subform are then used in another Form(Form2) with Subform to make a calculation, This works.

Now I would like to sort of work this logic backwards so that when a textbox on a Form(Form2) receives focus, the form(Form1) with the treeview control opens,with the treeview control expanded to the proper child node

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