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    How do you place a calendar in forms?
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    Cheryl Guest

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    Hi,
    First off, you have to have installed the Calendar control.
    It's not installed by default during the office install.

    Once it's installed, when you have your form in design view, click on the
    activex icon (hammer and wrench) in your Toolbox. This will bring up a
    list of controls. Choose the Calendar control from this list.

    --
    HTH
    Dan Artuso, Access MVP


    "Cheryl" <Cheryl.Bazemoredc.gov> wrote in message
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    > How do you place a calendar in forms?

    Dan Artuso Guest

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    Hi,
    Well, you can't. The control is meant to be placed on a form.
    You can have the click event of a text box open the form with the
    control on it though.

    --
    HTH
    Dan Artuso, Access MVP


    "Cheryl" <Cheryl.Bazemoredc.gov> wrote in message
    news:07d301c346f4$9c3b91a0$a001280aphx.gbl...
    > Thank you. Now, how can I put the calendar in a drop down
    > box to select a date?
    >
    >
    > >-----Original Message-----
    > >Hi,
    > >First off, you have to have installed the Calendar
    > control.
    > >It's not installed by default during the office install.
    > >
    > >Once it's installed, when you have your form in design
    > view, click on the
    > >activex icon (hammer and wrench) in your Toolbox. This
    > will bring up a
    > >list of controls. Choose the Calendar control from this
    > list.
    > >
    > >--
    > >HTH
    > >Dan Artuso, Access MVP
    > >
    > >
    > >"Cheryl" <Cheryl.Bazemoredc.gov> wrote in message
    > >news:a6bd01c346e8$252da050$a401280aphx.gbl...
    > >> How do you place a calendar in forms?
    > >
    > >
    > >.
    > >

    Dan Artuso Guest

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    On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 08:04:50 -0700, "Cheryl" <Cheryl.Bazemoredc.gov>
    wrote:
    >Thank you. Now, how can I put the calendar in a drop down
    >box to select a date?
    A Calendar Control is one way to pick dates; a Combo Box (a "drop
    down") is a different kind of control which can (if you set it up that
    way) also be used to pick dates. But you can't put a Calandar Control
    in a combo box!

    One trick I use to get a combo with the next (say) month's dates is to
    have a table named Num with a single field N, with values from 0 to
    1000. This table gets a lot of use in many contexts.

    You can create a Query:

    SELECT DateAdd("d", [N], Date()) FROM [Num] WHERE [N] <= 30 ORDER BY
    N;

    and base the Combo on this query. It'll show dates from today for the
    next thirty days. Adjust the criteria as desired. If you want to
    exclude weekends, for instance, use

    SELECT DateAdd("d", [N], Date()) FROM [Num] WHERE [N] <= 30 ORDER BY N
    AND Weekday(DateAdd("d", [N], Date()), vbMonday) < 6;


    John W. Vinson[MVP]
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    John Vinson Guest

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    >-----Original Message-----
    >How do you place a calendar in forms?
    >.
    >
    Stephen Lebans has a calendar control method I
    particularly like. It's probably more complicated to
    implement than the Access ActiveX component, especially if
    any amount of Visual Basic makes you uncomfortable, but
    it's better overall in my opinion.

    The link to his website:

    [url]http://www.lebans.com/monthcalendar.htm[/url]

    I also mention it on my website (mainly I'm referencing
    his, though). The link:

    [url]http://www.lebans.com/monthcalendar.htm[/url]

    LRH
    Larry R Harrison Jr Guest

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    Hi
    I want to make a calendar with director.
    The calendar is of two types,from say hibrew
    to chineese. I know all the dates in both calendars
    I need to know how the client will switch between both

    Thanks.


    liyusaw webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    if you had a brain you would use a button that says "switch to chinese" or
    "switch to hibrew" on the appropriate versions! Doesn't take a genius to
    come up with that solution!

    "liyusaw" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:bi94o6$o4b$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > Hi
    > I want to make a calendar with director.
    > The calendar is of two types,from say hibrew
    > to chineese. I know all the dates in both calendars
    > I need to know how the client will switch between both
    >
    > Thanks.
    >
    >

    Andrew Kennedy Guest

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    how do I attach a clendar to my web page??
    Darwin Guest

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    save the calendar as a web page and then link to it like any page.

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    "Darwin" <LFDFFcomcast.net> wrote in message
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    > how do I attach a clendar to my web page??

    David Bartosik - MS MVP Guest

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    My client wants a calendar on her web page for classes she gives. I've never had to put a calender on a web page. Is there an extension for DW CS3 that does calenders?
    SuJun Guest

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    SuJun wrote:
    > My client wants a calendar on her web page for classes she gives. I've never had to put a calender on a web page. Is there an extension for DW CS3 that does calenders?
    My cssCalendar is one possibility.

    [url]http://valleywebdesigns.com/vwd_csscalhelp.asp[/url]

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    Standards-compliant scripts and Dreamweaver Extensions

    [url]www.valleywebdesigns.com/vwd_Vdw.asp[/url]
    JustSo PictureWindow
    JustSo PhotoAlbum, et alia

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    E Michael Brandt Guest

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    E Michael Brandt - thanks for sharing can I use Your cssCalendar in non-commercial website?
    Tom Black 30 Guest

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    Tom Black 30 wrote:
    > E Michael Brandt - thanks for sharing can I use Your cssCalendar in non-commercial website?
    Contact me offlist to explain your question better?

    michael at either of the domains below:

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    E. Michael Brandt

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    [url]www.divahtml.com/products/scripts_dreamweaver_extensions.php[/url]
    Standards-compliant scripts and Dreamweaver Extensions

    [url]www.valleywebdesigns.com/vwd_Vdw.asp[/url]
    JustSo PictureWindow
    JustSo PhotoAlbum, et alia

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