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Coding for Calendar control in VB 6

Posted on 2004-08-30
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I have a form name frmReport it has a text field named txtDate. It also has a button that, when clicked, opens a form called frmDate. frmDate has the MS calendar control 8.0 component on it. What I would like to do is when a user opens frmDate and clicks on a particular date, frmDate will close and the selected date will appear in txtDate on frmReport. How can I do this. Thanks.
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Hi... Put this on frmDate:

Private Sub Calendar1_Click()
     frmReport.txtDate = CStr(Calendar1.Value)
     Unload Me
End Sub

Darko
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by:Mike Miller
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You're awesome...Thanks!!!
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You're welcome
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