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How to create A planner View

Posted on 2004-10-07
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Hello. I would like to know are there any controls in vb.net which I can use to create a planner view. It is like an organizer whereby there is a timing on the left side of the page, and on the right side, I am able to type in the tasks to do, appointments and such. Basically its like a diary or an organizer. Hope you guys know what i meant. Please help. Thanks a lot. :)
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No there is no readymade control for that
However you can easily make one for yourself, I think just by using a DataGrid you can sort of create a Planner show the time in first column dates on first Row and allow the users to add edit values in the Grid cells

In case you have certain other layout in mind you can go ahead with it, but I don't think there's any ready made thing available at least to my knowledge maybe some third party component vendors have it but you can create your own in no time..
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