I have a db mainly developed in 2007. I am upgrading to 2010. I have heard about the date picker not being compatible. Is this true or is it not compatible in 2013? I have some reports and forms built with the report wizard.
Is it advised to reimport all object into a blank 2010 db?
Any other known issues I am likely to encounter?
In A2007, you had MSCAL.OCX which contains the date picker.
In A2010, this is no longer supported and has been replaced with the Built-In Date Picker, available on any Text Box, and will display anytime
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