Calendar view in Access

Posted on 2012-09-12
Last Modified: 2012-11-07
Trying to find a way of displaying a calendar-style view in an Access form - something like the view you get in Outlook calendar - ie with appointments showing. (NOT the calendar control for selecting dates).
Question by:laurencoull
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    This is a project on its own.

    See here for an example.

    Author Comment

    It's not letting me download the zip file!
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    This is it...
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    Do you mean a calendar that pulls data from an access table or query and one where you can single-click or double-click on an empty date to add an event, or on an event to edit it?  If all you want is to see events, then Peter's solution would be fine.  Or did you have something else in mind?

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    All I want is to see events thanks.
    Got peter's project file & currently evaluating it. Looks good though.

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