This is a video walkthru of my new Microsoft Access Date and Time Picker Template. The purpose of this video is to show you all of the features in the template.
You can purchase the template for your use at the link provided below. If enough of you want to see how this database was built, I would be happy to record a detailed lesson video, but for now it's available only as a template.
I do cover how I built the Calendar Control Template in my Access Calendar Seminar and the techniques are very similar.
This database uses ONLY Microsoft Access to provide you with a popup calendar date picker form and a popup time picker form. I hate external objects (DLLs, COM objects, etc.) Microsoft removed the built-in calendar control in Access 2010, and they replaced it with a simple date picker popup in the control. Some people (including me) want more control over that date popup. So, a few years ago, I created my Calendar Control Replacement (see link below).
Watch the following walk-thru video. You'll see all of the features included in this template. You can use this as a popup form, or embed it inside of your other forms. And of course, it's completely customizable and you get the full source code when you purchase the template.
You can purchase your copy of this tutorial by clicking on the button below. You get the full editable database template:
Learn How This Template Was Built
Please note that this template does NOT come with any training or instruction. The database is well built and documented, however if you want to learn HOW to build something like this, take my Calendar Seminar. It will show how to construct something along the same lines. If enough people are interested in exactly how I built this Date Time Picker Template, then I'll record a separate instructional video. Contact me and let me know.
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.