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This is the code I received to synchronizing Calendars. But when I change the Month in Calendar1 while running the program, Calendar2 doesn't change. Help Please?

Private Sub Form_Load()
 ...
 ' Start synchronization
 Calendar1_NewMonth
 ...
End Sub

Private Sub Calendar1_NewMonth()
 Calendar1.Value = 1
 If Calendar1.Month = 12 Then
 Calendar2.Year = Calendar1.Year + 1
 Calendar2.Month = 1
 Else
 Calendar2.Year = Calendar1.Year
 Calendar2.Month = Calendar1.Month + 1
 End If
End Sub

Private Sub Calendar1_NewYear()
 Call Calendar1_NewMonth
End Sub

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rantanen earned 20 total points
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It seems to be my code. What can I say? It works just fine in my machines (Win95, VB5 SP2, Calendar Control Version 8.0). Can you tell what is your platform? Have you tried it with only the code shown with nothing else?
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by:MrBump
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I have tried it with other code, but it is all the same. If I change the date while in the program, the second calendar doesn't change. But if i change the date before running the program, it sets up right. I think I have to add a timer to the form. That is what I am looking at now. Thanks for your help.
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