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Access Calendar Seminar
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   12 years ago

Manage your appointments, and create printable monthly reports from your Access databases. Access Calendar Seminar.

EVERYONE make sure to see these addendums. These addendums address some problems with the original seminar, including the missing date picker control:

Alex's Additional Addendums:



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Jeremy Heckman 
5 years ago
Alex, I understand the not showing as many days as in a monthly Calendar and have no problem with that aspect.  However I am am still struggling with only showing the 7 days of the week I pick.  It is still showing me the first Sunday of the month (in the case of May 2016) no matter what date I pick in the date picker. Read More...
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Chip W 
5 years ago
Hi. Yes, I have taken the Calendar Seminar. I have my monthly calendar set up as instructed. I like the monthly view and also have a weekly view. My question, though poorly written, was inquiring about the ability to open one of the days on that calendar view to see it in a 24 hour view by hourly (or half hourly or 15 minute segments). So that if I have 5 one hour appointments on one day, but they might not start directly on the hour, I could see it in a 24 hour calendar view style similar to how outlook sets their daily calendar to show the blocks of time. Or perhaps like the iPhone shows its daily calendar view with the ability to set blocks of times for appointments. Read More...
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Jon Starnes 
5 years ago
Just downloaded the sample DB... all the examples work except for the actual calendar.  When a date is entered in the date picker, it runs thru a long list of errors messages.  After clicking "OK" several times, the calendar will finally open, but there are glitches all across it.
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