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Posted on 2001-09-10
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Hello everyone!

Would anyone know of a free Calendar Activex less awkward to use than the one provided with Access 2000? Indeed the events of the one provided with Access 2000 do not include the OnClick (or something similar)!

Would anyone also know of a free ActiveX offering a quick and userfriendly way to select a time within a day (like a clock or something0?

Thanks for your help,

Jean-Philippe Guilbeau
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The MSCal.ocx is fine, and have OnChange event.

There is a complete example for it in the MS KB, see support.microsoft.com and do search there.
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