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Read Access Calendar Seminar by Alex H @ 6/30/2019
ME is a keyword.

MS Article: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office/vba/language/reference/user-interface-help/me-keyword

The Me keyword behaves like an implicitly declared variable. It is automatically available to every procedure in a class module.

When a class can have more than one instance, Me provides a way to refer to the specific instance of the class where the code is executing. Using Me is particularly useful for passing information about the currently executing instance of a class to a procedure in another module.
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Read Access Calendar Seminar by KELVIN WILLIAMS @ 6/8/2019
In lesson 10, the VB code for Command 4 was simplified by replacing "Reports!MonthlyCalendarR(S1)" with just "Me(S1)".
How does Access know what "Me(S1)" means. Was it defined somewhere?
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Read Integrate Access Calendar Seminar into Existing Da by Angela @ 7/19/2010
I have completed the Access Calendar seminar, and I've built the Calendar form step by step and it works fabulously.

What I'm hoping to do now is integrate it into an existing database.

In my database there is a form to show the due dates for each step in a schedule.

The existing due date form uses one table, with multiple date/time fields, each field indicating the milestone for a project.

I need to be able to display each milestone (the date/time field) on the calendar I just built using the seminar. There would be no need to show times, as only one milestone happens per day. I would need each item to appear on the appropriate day of the calendar.

Please tell me this is possible.

Thanks,
Angela



Reply from Richard Rost:

To use your existing table that has multiple date fields would be a little tricky. You'd be better off using an append query and copying each of those multiple dates to your Calendar table so each one shows up as a separate record. Perhaps trigger it with an "Add Dates to Calendar" button on that form. Otherwise, you'd have to change the structure of your Calendar forms and reports to read multiple date fields.
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