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9/2/2009 5:30:16 PM
Access Calendar Formatted Report
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I get asked this question at least once a week: "Do you know how to format a report in Access to look like a monthly calendar?"

Yes, you can do it, but it's not exactly easy and it does require some VBA programming (not a ton, but some).

Before I take the time to actually record a lesson in how to do this, HOW MANY OF YOU are interested in seeing something like this? If there is enough interest, I'll do it.

Post a note here if you're interested.

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Calendar Comment from Richard @ 9/12/2009
OK, everyone who said they're interested, go ahead and vote for this tutorial on the WAITING LIST.
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Access Calendar Formatted Report Comment from Kevin Robertson @ 9/9/2009
Even though I have no use for this at the momment, I may in the future so would love to see how it is done!
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Comment from Fred Selinka @ 9/4/2009
Count me in!
Can always use a calendar.
Anything you do in Excel is always a great help.
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Access Calendar Formatted Report Comment from Dendalee @ 9/3/2009
I would love to see this.  It would come in handy on a youth report due date report.  Thanks!
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Calendar Formatting Comment from Alan Hill @ 9/3/2009
I have no use for a calendar, but I am interested in how you would approach the problem. So count me in.
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