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MS Access: Pop up a calendar to choose a date?

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Is there a relatively easy way to pop up a calendar and pick a date?

In a fill-in form I have it so that the date will default to today.

It would be cooler to pop up a little calendar window (the MS Contact sample database does this but I don't see how) and pick a date and have scrolling months and years.

Maybe there's something out there somewhere available to pick up?
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lonkie74 earned 600 total points
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Yes, in access 2k with SP4 you have access to the "microsoft data & time picker control 6.0" control.

this gives a popup calendar where you can select the day and scroll through the months. if you click on the year you can scroll years
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by:FredPerry69
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I have a similar function on some of my programs. I'm using Access 97, and I use the ActiveX calendar control. I've placed it on it's own small form, and placed a button next to the text box that is to contain my date. then on clicking the button, the form pops-up and stays there, until the user selects a date or clicks cancel.
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You guys are great - thanks for your q-u-i-c-k response! I'm going to accept on faith that both solutions work and I will award you both with points. I will look into both approaches.

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