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MS DTPicker control problem on datasheet View

Hello,
I'm using DTPicker control (MS date and time picker control 6.0) in MS Access database.
When I put it along with other controls (combos, textboxes) it does not appear on in the datasheet view - I've got a subform which is supposed to be used by a user while filling out the table.

Is there a way to bind DTPicker to the datasheet entry?

Is the way described in:
https://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/MS_Access/Q_21949724.html
the only way it  can be done?

Thank you
Shabby
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8/22/2022 - Mon
peter57r

Hi school1282,
> Is there a way to bind DTPicker to the datasheet entry?

No.

You have to use a pop-up and then code the assignment  of the selected date to the required field.

Pete
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Ok let me test the code offered above.
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Thank you Gary. I guess I'm on the right way...I just need to know if I can handle an event of clicking day cell on Calendar Control. Any ideas?
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I'm sorry but calendar control in MS Access (v.10.0) has only 5 events to assign: OnUpdated, OnEnter, OnExit, OnGotFocus, OnLostFocus...
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Oh sorry I regret, it does have the on_click handler but inside the code.
THANKS jefftwilley !!