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Is there a way to control CalendarExtender Popup Direction

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Expert: I have a dot net asp textbox with a AJAX textCalendarExtender Popup located near the bottom of my web form. The web form is very long (vertical height) and you cannot see the lower half of textCalendarExtender Popup dates or scrolldown to see or select dates when it appears . Is there a way to change the direction of the textCalendarExtender Popup so it pops vertically up and not down?
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You can use PopupPosition to contol the direction

PopupPosition - Indicates where the calendar popup should appear at the BottomLeft(default), BottomRight, TopLeft, TopRight, Left or Right of the TextBox.
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You can have reference at

http://www.asp.net/AJAX/AjaxControlToolkit/Samples/Calendar/Calendar.aspx

expand the calendar properties section.
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