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Excel VBA - date format and Active X

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Hi

I have no idea what happened to the Active X calendar control in Excel 2010
so I have built 3 ComboBoxes with day, month and year.
What VBA do I use to gather the integer date from these 3 boxes and compare
it to a cell value of "2010/12/31"
thanks
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If I am not wrong then MSCAL.OCX is only available for 64 bit Excel 2010. I have a 32 bit system and I am also having a tough time with that.

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Thanks very much Sid
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murbro: I suggest you should have waited for some more time before selecting an answer. I am sure there are several mvp's who could have confirmed what I said is correct or not.

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