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    Attendance calendar (VB 6, Acces 2k)

    Looking for a calendar that we can use to keep track of Vacation, sick, and work schedules for employee's

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    Re: Attendance calendar (VB 6, Acces 2k)

    Mmmmm... not sure why this is on the VB/VBA board. Are you looking for a control or a fully baked product or... ???

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    Re: Attendance calendar (VB 6, Acces 2k)

    Are you looking for a calendar control to use with Visual Basic? If so there are several good ones - I especially like the one from DBi Technologies. On the other hand if you are doing forms in Access, there is a free one - so should we move this thread to Access or leave it here?
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    Re: Attendance calendar (VB 6, Acces 2k)

    I was not looking for a commercial type to purchase. I was trying to see if its possible to create one using VB and or MS Outlook. But, that doesn't matter anymore, I decided to use Excel and use a simple spreadsheet.

    Thanks anyway.

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