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Access Calendar Seminar
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Manage your appointments, and create printable monthly reports from your Access databases.

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Calendar Control workaround Comment from Diane Berdine @ 6/23/2015
Have you discussed a work around for access 2010 users who do not have the calendar Control option?

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For 2010 access where is the Calendar Control on a Comment from Richard Lanoue @ 4/13/2014
For 2010 access where is the Calendar Control on active X

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Calendar Control not in Access2010 Comment from Jon @ 9/9/2010

I'm using Access 2010 for my calendar, and as you are probably aware,Calendar Control is not included in Access 2010.  I have managed to get around that by manipulating the StartDate to bring up the Calendar form for the correct month and starting date.  But I cannot get the DatePickerF StartDate to show the pop up calendar which emulates the Calendar Control.  Probably because it is just a text box and not bound to anything.  Do you have any suggestions on what I can do?  Thanks a lot!
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Setting Date of Calendar Control Comment from Richard Rost @ 2/24/2010
UPDATE: If you want to SET the date of the Calendar Control Object, here's some code you can use. This will set the Calendar to the current date:

    Calendar.Year = Year(Date)
    Calendar.Month = Month(Date)
    Calendar.Day = Day(Date)

If you want it to show the current date when you first open the form, put that code in the FORM_LOAD event. It will NOT work in the FORM_OPEN event.
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