Represent bookings/appointments with label controls

Posted on 2011-04-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Hi Guys, I'm looking to create a visual representation of appointments over time using label controls which will be dynamically resized using code. I'll use a recordset to capture all the appointments for a given week and then loop through them to position and resize the label controls bars as per the embedded image. Has anyone done something similar and could point me in the right direction to achieve this. Thanks in advance.
Time bars represented by label controls
Question by:dataflowjoe
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    Try this answer. May be it will be sutable for you.
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