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Datetimepicker for Access 2002 form

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I am using Access 2002, I have a form field that requires users to enter a date value, I would like to have a pop up calendar or datetimepicker next to the field, the name of the form is frmForDateReports, the name of the field is StartDate, please help.
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use a popup calendar/date picker, like the one at the following link, that is an Access form, not an activeX .  Step by step instructions are included in the link.

                      http://allenbrowne.com/ser-51.html
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