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    Calander (2002/xp)

    Outlook has a calander that has all the capabilities that I need for a data base I am building. I am trying to build a scheduler for my Co. This scheduler would need to be able to allow a customers name, equipment numbers, etc in a subform attached to the calander form that gets data from tables. Thus data needs to be shown based on any particular day that is chosen. (Confused yet?). I can set up a form with an activex calander, but I'm confused as how to link my tables to the calander day. I need to show "Customer Name" in the square for the chosen day also. ( If you're not confused by now, Please help.) Thanks

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    Re: Calander (2002/xp)

    <!profile=D Willett>D Willett<!/profile> posted a nice calendar demo in <post#=285719>post 285719</post#>.

    Almost any post by <!profile=Grovelli>Grovelli<!/profile> has a database attached with a form that uses the Microsoft Calendar Control to select a date.

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    Re: Calander (2002/xp)

    Attached is the begining of my data base. What I would like to do, is
    1. Make a new record by clicking on a date.
    2. Have the customer name appear in the date box of the calander. and
    3. Be able to click on any date with a customer(s) name, (Maybe multiple customers in the same date) and have the associated record(s) information show up in the subform.

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    Re: Calander (2002/xp)

    There is no way you can make extra text appear in the Microsoft Calendar Control. It is strictly meant for selecting a date, it is not an Outlook-like calendar.
    If you want a calendar that can contain custom text (such as a customer name), use the calendar from the post I referred to in my previous reply as a starting point.

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