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Posted on 2004-04-30
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What event is fired off when a user clicks or double-clicks a date?   Is their a way to emulate this if no event is available?

Thanks in advance.

BTW - This is using Visual Basic .NET
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Hi rgturner:
From this PAQ you will see that there is a serious bug in .NET's handling of the DatePicker.

http:Q_20869218.html "Problem relating to a calenders valuechange event"


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This is somewhat dissapointing.  Hopefully Microsoft will introduce a service pack that will include a fix for this problem.
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