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Does anyone know how to create outlook like calendar and scheduling in Ms Access.adp?

I have been told that, it is possible to import .net into Ms Access.. And that .net has some built in functions that lets you create outlook like calendars and scheduling.. But, I can't find any reference to do that..  Any ideas?

If not, then are there any coms out there that will do it?

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Extracted from http://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/MS_Access/Q_20121192.html

Here are a few possibilities:

http://datasphere-llc.com/dsCalendar.htm

http://www.hallogram.com/calendartools/index.html

http://www.hallogram.com/calwidg/index.html

This one is a demonstration of how to create "Outlook style" calendars within an Access form without
using any ActiveX controls.  It is a free download and includes all source code:

http://www.invisibleinc.com/download.cfm?filFilID=6

I'd recommend trying the free download first.  If it doesn't do exactly what you want, you can always
customize it.  If that's too much hassle, you can always purchase a set of controls like the first three
examples; however, you will need to learn some VBA to get them to work for you.
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check this site too, towards the end of the page "SCRIPT 4 FREE Scheduler"
http://www.anwod.com/lus/pvbscript.htm

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The Script 4 Free is part of the script manager program. But thanks for looking for me.

Do you know of any coms, that produce a close as possible calendar / scheduling piece like outlook?
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make a search on "Outlook like calendar"
this is what I got from google.com
http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&q=%22Outlook+like+calendar%22

but look at this link is you want to start developing
http://www.lebans.com/monthcalendar.htm
http://www.mvps.org/access/forms/frm0050.htm
http://www.mvps.org/access/forms/frm0052.htm
And
http://www.mvps.org/access/resources/downloads.htm 
look for "Attendance Calendar"

and don't miss "Download The Access Web (Access 2000)" for the world, it has too many things to help you in too many ways in Access, it like searching the internet for info
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