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Embed MonthCalendar in an MS Access Form

Hi all,

Iam trying to embed the well known Month Calendar found at http://www.lebans.com/monthcalendar.htm directly into an MS Access form.

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AntonTjea
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AntonTjeaAuthor Commented:

Hi flavo,

Im sorry I should of been more clear.

I wish the MonthCalendar to be directly embedded in the access form the same way that the ActiveX Calendar Control is embedded into the form (ie. I want the MonthCalendar to be part of the form instead of popping up in a seperate window).

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peter57rCommented:
Hi AntonTjea,

That is not how this calendar works. It is a pop-up only.

Pete
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peter57rCommented:
AntonTjea,
There are some instructions for using the Outlook calendar here:
http://groups-beta.google.com/group/microsoft.public.access.activexcontrol/msg/5333addf9ed3921a?hl=en
although they are specific to Office 2003.
You would not legally be able to distribute the application with an Outlook component unless the user also has the componenet installed.


Pete
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AntonTjeaAuthor Commented:

There are multiple elements of this calendar. The two important ones are modCalendar and clsMonthCal. modCalendar takes a MonthCalendar control (clsMonthCal) and embeds that into its own window. Instead of embedding it into a window using modCalendar I want to embed the MonthCalendar control directly into an Access Form.

This will most likely involve turning the MonthCalendar control into an activeX object.

The early version of this program used an access form to display the MonthCalendar control so it must be able to be done.
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peter57rCommented:
I suggest you post to comp.databases.ms-access in usenet, which is where stephan lebans hangs out.

Pete
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netcoolCommented:
Hi,

You can use the Calender control itself in the Access form.
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AntonTjeaAuthor Commented:

I took your advice peter57r and steve lebans answered the question right away.

http://groups.google.com.au/group/comp.databases.ms-access/browse_thread/thread/34d248740ee8f3a0/2193dd302ff2cad0?hl=en&

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peter57rCommented:
Well at least that was straight from the horse's mouth.

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Pete
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