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Default MSCAL. Calender.7

Can anyone help. I have a calender displaying each month in an access database form. The Calender however, is defaulting to a date which i have to specify. I would like a have a calender which shows the current date. (ie =now()). I am using class MSCAL.calender.7

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check your ctl default values for example

ctl.Year = Year(Now)
ctl.Month = Month(Now)
ctl.Day = Day(Now)

this is a sample I have from my cal.

Private Sub Form_Load()
Dim lkb As String
Dim ctl As Control
Set ctl = Me!CalDate
    lkb = "[apptDate] = #" & Format(Now(), "short date") & "#"

    Me.RecordsetClone.FindFirst lkb
    If Me.RecordsetClone.NoMatch = False Then
        Me.Bookmark = Me.RecordsetClone.Bookmark
        Me.RecordsetClone![ApptDate] = Format(Now(), "short date")
        Me.Bookmark = Me.RecordsetClone.Bookmark
        Me![CalDate] = Format(Now(), "short date")
        Me![txtDate] = Me![CalDate]
    End If

Me.CalDate.Value = lkb
ctl.Year = Year(Now)
ctl.Month = Month(Now)
ctl.Day = Day(Now)


End Sub
Jaime E. Maccou
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