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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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Austin Ritner 
15 months ago
Is there a way to make a button that will take the current month on the MonthlyCalendarF and +1/-1 to the next/previous month?
Richard Rost
15 months ago
Yes, I'm sure it's more than possible. I'll have to look at that database to remember how I built it. It's been 11 years already! I'm planning on completely updating this Seminar soon and making it more user friendly. The original was really just to show you how to format a form/report to look like a monthly calendar. I didn't realize so many people would actually be using it as a calendar program. Stay tuned!
Alex Hedley
15 months ago
Calendar Control Addendum 2
http://599cd.com/tips/access/calendar-seminar-addendum-2/
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Richard Rost 
16 months ago
Is it time for a Calendar Seminar Upgrade? Read this.
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Derrick  
3 years ago
Hello, when I try to print or email the calendar form in print preview in Access 2016 I receive the following error message "A custom macro in this report has failed to run, and is preventing the report from rendering". Any ideas why? Read More...
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