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Using a calendar to move events from a particiliar day to another day

Posted on 2012-03-22
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I have a request to write a database which will contain a list of events for the year 2012.  Each day can only do 4 events in specific time slots. Large Calendar format.

They need a form that displays months schedule of events for the year by month/days and scolls toward the beginning of the year and toward the end so that they can view the complete year.  
1 - is there a limit for a from?
2 -any suggestions how to display a calendar with a box for each day and 3 fields with that day?
3 - I would also need to click and drag events from 1 day to another.

Thanks in advance
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Jeffrey Coachman earned 2000 total points
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Calendars are tricky to do in Access forms...

The addition of Dynamic scrolling and Drag and drop functionality make this more of a request of a "Project Request" than a single question...

If it were me, I would look into using Outlook for this...

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