URGENT - How To Display Full Year w/ Calendar Control

Posted on 2006-04-02
Last Modified: 2008-02-01
   I've been working on a timeoff calendar for quite some time now and I keep running into problems that require me to call upon the experts. What I would like to do is display the full year using the calendar control, but allow the user to click on an existing <asp:LinkButton> and go back and forth between month view and year view. What I have now is the month view working perfect, but I can't figure out how to make the control display the full year. Also if possible I would like the month to become a hyperlink in full year view so that the user can quickly jump to that month. Any help would be appreciated... thanks in advance.


P.S. I'm using VB...
Question by:Yeavis
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    Expert Comment

    Check this out:

    (You may need only some light formatting tweaks to fit your requirements).

    Author Comment

    Thanks for the info, but I already have a calendar control in place that I would like to utilize. I was just wondering if there was a way that I could modify it to display the full year.
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    Expert Comment

    Hi, I understand that you'd like to use your current month view, and utilize it somehow to show full year, but first of all let me show you this control:

    If you still want to use your current month view, please tell me more about it. Is it the standard month view of the

    Good luck

    Author Comment

    That control does look good and it is almost what I want except I'd like a full 12 month view. Ideally I would like to continue using the control I have in place, and yes it is just the standard month view of If you can help I'd really appreciate it..
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    Accepted Solution

    Check out this article on extending ASP.NET Calendar Control:

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