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Hi All,
I have the following problem. I figured out how to add Calendar Object to Access form(insert->Active-X)
However, I need to make the calendar appear on click(event based) and disappear on click. How would i do that. Thanx
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In an (what ever control you want to initiate this) on click event to make it visible
me.actXCalendar.visible=true

then this in the active actXCalendar on click event
me.actXCalendar.visible=False

where me.actXCalendar is the name of the calendar control
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Glad my solution worked for you  :)
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