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Access Calendar Template
 
This database template is a replacement for the Microsoft Access Calendar Control which was removed in Access 2010 and replaced with a simple date picker.

If you want more control over how your users select dates, or want to design forms that look like a real calendar, then this template is for you.

You can use my Calendar as either a popup form or as an embedded subform. Either way you have complete control over picking of the date.

 
I teach how to design forms and reports that look like monthly calendars (as well as storing and displaying appointment data) in my full Access Calendar Seminar, but if all you want is a quick form you can plug in to your database, then this template will do the trick.

Click on the video below to watch a full walkthru of how to use this database.

 

Download Sample

To download a sample working copy of this database that you can play with. It's only available in 2010/2013 format. If you want to see it in 2003 format, let me know. The full (purchased) version below will come with both formats.

Purchase Template

A full, working, editable, royalty free copy of this database is available for $25. To purchase your copy of this database, click here: Purchase Access Calendar Form Database. Your database will be emailed to you within 1 business day following receipt of your payment. Please make sure that the sample database (above) works for you BEFORE purchasing. No refunds.

If you have previously purchased my Access Calendar Seminar, I will give you a $10 discount on this template. Be sure to mention this in the NOTES on the order form. No other discounts apply.

Full Video Seminar

If you would like to learn HOW this database was built, again, pick up a copy of my Access Calendar Seminar. It covers all of the basics. If you want to see how this database, specifically, was built, then let me know. if enough people are interested, I'll record it as a separate lesson.

Customize For Your Needs

If you would like to discuss customizing this database for your needs, please see my consulting page for details on rates and other information.

 
 

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