Ole control calendar

Hello  everyone,
I have a malfunctioning property puzzling me.
I use ole control Calendar objects, normally to enable  users date seleccions easier.
I have one of them, and I cant't tell why, that doesn't pops up the Calendar.
Can any one tell me how this happens and how i can solve it.
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CaptainCyrilFounder, Software Engineer, Data ScientistCommented:
That calendar could be an OCX and it might not be registered for that user properly to use under Vista/7.
luciliacoelhoAuthor Commented:
Right. But in the same application I have other Calendar enteies that work.
In that particular form it doesn't.
Have you tried to Delete that specific DateTime picker object from the Form and then Copying in another working DateTime picker object into its place?

After the Copy/Paste you would configure it as needed to replace the original one.

Good Luck
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luciliacoelhoAuthor Commented:
thanks for your feedback. I have already tried this solution before I sent the question to you.
But in the same application I have other Calendar enteies that work.
In that particular form it doesn't.

OK, so the problem appears to be form-specific

Have you tried re-creating the form?

Good Luck

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CaptainCyrilFounder, Software Engineer, Data ScientistCommented:
Did you try to see if the command that brings up the calendar is executing? Maybe there are other events that are disrupting this execution.
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