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I am using the Sheridan date control called Sheridan Month/Year/Date combo. I have stylesets created which i associate with the "dayofweek" object of this control. when i open the form which has this control it works fine the first time once i close it and try to open again it just hangs, any body had this problem ?? or any solutions ???
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by:kswinney
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Try putting this code in the form unload (assumes MyForm is your form name):

Set MyForm = Nothing

This should free any references.

Also, can you put this control with the associated stylesets onto an otherwise blank form and have it work properly?  

This would rule out the fact that it's not behaving properly alongside other controls on the form.

HTH.
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by:jabell
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I have used the Sheridan "Date Widgets" under Visual C++, and there too, I had nothing but problems and failings.  Contacting Sheridan proved fruitless.  As always, "If you want somthing doing properly, you might as well do it yourself..."
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by:varsha2
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I think i found out a solution, instead of associating the styleset to 'dayofweek' object , i tried it with 'day' object, this seems to work with out much problems
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by:varsha2
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I think i found out a solution, instead of associating the styleset to 'dayofweek' object , i tried it with 'day' object, this seems to work with out much problems
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