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TimeLine component

Posted on 2001-07-06
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Hi,

I'm looking for a TimeLine component with the same look and feel as the Journal in MS Outlook 2000. Does anyone know where I can get one.

Thanks

Jo
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by:Mohammed Nasman
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Hello
Look at TKMTimeLinePanel component
http://kmmed.tripod.com/

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Mohammed Nasman
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by:nnbbb09
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Not exactly what I wanted but it's the closest I can find.

Thanks

Jo
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