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Programatically open a DateTimePicker

Posted on 2006-11-15
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When a checkbox is changed I want to make sure that the operators next step is to select a date from a datetimepicker. I can set the focus to the datetimepicker but it just highlights the month. How can I programatically make the datetimepicker dropdown and show the calendar?
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Question by:Gary Samuels
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Try:

        DateTimePicker1.Focus()
        SendKeys.SendWait("%{DOWN}")
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