Replacement for Microsoft Access Calendar Control
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.
If you'd like to download a sample copy of the database template, you can do so here. This is a non-editable version of the template which will let you see it work in action. Sample databases are available for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Access.
Full Developer Database
Once you have purchased the full developer database template, come back to this page and click on the Download button below. This will give you access to the ZIP file containing the Template ACCDB file. The full version will run on 32-bit or 64-bit Access 2013 or higher (possibly 2007, but I haven't tested it). There is also an older database for Access 2007 users with the old Calendar Control, and a database for 2003 users in MDB format.
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.
For internal use only. This template does NOT come with a royalty-free license. You may only customize the database for your business needs and for use within your organization ONLY. You may not resell or distribute any form of this database to others without express written permission. Contact me for additional information on obtaining a license to distribute if you plan on including this template in a database you are reselling. Additional licenses are required if you plan on using this database with more than ten (10) employees within your organization.
Customize For Your Needs
If you would like to discuss customizing this database for your needs, and integrating it into your current setup, please see my consulting page for details. While I no longer accept custom jobs that are specific to a single user, I may include your features in a future version of this template if they have mass appeal. If you are looking for custom enhancements made to this template just for you, visit my Access Developer Network.
Please note that technical support is NOT guaranteed for any of my courses, seminars, or templates. If you require help with modifying this template, you may post a question in the Forums, however an answer to your question is not guaranteed. If this template comes with an accompanying Seminar, then you should purchase that Seminar to see how the database was constructed. If not, then you should have taken the suggested courses. Most of my templates are designed on a Developer level and you should have a thorough understanding of SQL and VBA before attempting to modify them.
Got sales or customer service questions about this template? Feel free to contact me. If you have technical "how do I" questions about this template, you discover a bug, or want to suggest a new feature, then please post your comments below.
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