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Calendar Control MonthLength property

Posted on 2010-09-21
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I am trying to drive the MonthLength property on the Calendar control to System(Medium) which is the short setting as follows but dont seem to be getting any joy, any ideas?

Calendar1.MonthLength = 0
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Managed to resolved this myself.  Basically the microsoft reference guide was wrong.  Short Setting is 1 not 0
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