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Looking for Calendar component

Posted on 1998-08-09
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I am looking for a calendar component that will allow me to give it a date and an associated icon (or at a minimum change the color of the date) and it will change the date on the calendar to the associated icon or bitmap. It doesn't have to be pop-up or anything. Just a plain old calendar that I can have the selected dates be bitmaps or as I said above change the color of the date.
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offcourse, you can enhance the demo calender (look at samples) from Delphi. So you can make it everything you need. Zif.
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thanks for the components... they worked great!!!!
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