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URGENT! VB.NET -- Need to get MonthCalendar value for TextBox.Text property

Posted on 2013-01-18
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Hello everyone,

I need to extract a date value from a MonthCalendar object and set it to the TextBox1.Text property.

Is this possible?

This is how I want to utilize the MonthCalendar:
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TextBox1.Text = MonthCalendar1._______________

I often use a DateTimePicker in these cases, but the client wants the MonthCalendar instead.
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TextBox1.Text = DateTimePicker1.Value.ToString("mm/DD/YYYY")


Thanks!
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Question by:eq2006
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Hi what about
MonthCalendar1.SelectionStart.ToShortDateString

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TextBox1.Text = MonthCalendar1.SelectionStart.ToShortDateString

Private Sub MonthCalendar1_DateChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.DateRangeEventArgs) Handles MonthCalendar1.DateChanged
        ' ---- Show the slected date.
      TextBox1.Text = MonthCalendar1.SelectionStart.ToShortDateString
    End Sub
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