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Default Creating a Calendar from query

I have data for selected dates over what will be months of data. I can select the data by months and/or person creating the entry, but want to display it as a calendar. Essentially the same as the calendar control, but with data that has been entered.
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Well, you can either export it as an Outlook calendar object or create a report that is formatted like a calendar with textboxes holding calendar days, months, year, and data in the grid you create. I've done the latter (because I don't want the person's Outlook calendar to be cluttered with unwanted info). I have not done the former.
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