Date Picker for Outlook 2003 form

Posted on 2007-10-08
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
Is there a way to include a date picker on a Outlook 2003 form?
Question by:ENTPF
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    Hi ENTPF,

    You can use the dtPicker control for this purpose.

    Make sure that you have MSCOMCT2.OCX installed on the
    machine. Then bring your form in design mode and right
    click in the controls toolbar - select Custom Controls and
    then in the following dialog select the Microsoft Date and
    Time... Once there you can then place this control on your desired form that you want to output the date.

    refer here aslo there's other way to add the date picker module


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