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Windows95 dialog Date and Time property

Posted on 1997-06-23
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Does anybody know how I can run Windows95 dialog Date and Time property in my Delphi program ???
(like you double click on task bar on the time).
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by:Heapster
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Perhaps you could get a calendar component off a shareware site and use this. Try the delphi superpage.  They all do the same thing essentially.
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Datetime.cpl is what your looking for.  It should run for you if you use ShellExecute.
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by:Vesna
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Could you send me a little example?

Thanks, Vesna

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