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P: 556
Hey there again,

Is there a way to program the Microsoft Calendar Control 9.0 to set appointments on certain days clicked? For instance:

Let's say you had an appointment on "Dec 26 2007" you would click the 26th day on the calendar and when that day comes have a msgbox pop up and say "You have an appointment today". Or maybe a day before it comes have a msgbox pop up sort of like a reminder. I think I explained that right. Can this be done? And how would I accomplish this task?

Dec 25 '07 #1
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Maybe you can add a timer control for that (I think) :)

Rey Sean
Dec 25 '07 #2

P: 556
hey lotus,

have you delt with this control before? or is there a way i can make a calendar and when i click on a certain day have another form pop up and set an appointment or something like that or is there a different calendar i can use for such things?

Dec 25 '07 #3

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I think you need to examine the calendar control and see what events it makes available to your program.
Dec 29 '07 #4

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