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MS Access Calendar - First Day of Week

P: 17
I believe I read a post somewhere here on how to change the first day of the week to Monday in this MS Access Calendar, but is unable to search it up again. I've changed lines 5 and 8 in the quoted code (PopulateCalendar Sub-Routine, and by the way, line 4 seems to be missing a "/"?), and moved the day labels around. To my surprise, this is working so far. Is this all that is required? I'm a bit worried that I've overlooked anything.

Thanks for your time!

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  1. '*************************************************************************
  2.   'ADezii
  3.   'NOTE: Will work in the UK (United Kingdom) and other European Nations
  4.   'strFirstOfMonth = "1/" & Str(intMonth) & Str(intYear)
  5.   strFirstOfMonth = "1/" & Str(intMonth) & "/" & Str(intYear) ' PPelle added "/"
  6. '*************************************************************************
  8. bytFirstWeekdayOfMonth = Weekday(strFirstOfMonth, vbMonday) ' PPelle added vbMonday
Dec 9 '13 #1
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Never actually thought of or attempted this, PPelle. Thanks for this useful Insight and addition, it is appreciated.
Dec 10 '13 #2

P: 17
Okey, thanks for your reply. I will assume than that this is all that is required. I have a few code lines that will actually use the system settings, automatically or by changing a constant. I can post it here if there is any chance you will include this in your code base.
Dec 10 '13 #3

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