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Old January 14th, 2004, 11:43 AM
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I have this activeX control installed and registered in the
users' system32 directory, but they are unable to see the monthview (calendar control). Do they need vb6 on their computer or
special licensing? If so, is there an easy way for me to change the
control to a more standard calendar that ships with Access? Any thoughts on this are appreciated. I have about 20 or so calendars with
formatted properties on one form and I'm trying to get around reprogramming for new calendar controls. Thanks. Jim
 
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make sure you are referencing the control under tools, references.



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Thanks, Sal. I don't think that is the problem. From what I've gathered, others have had problems with the controls in that file also. I decided to use the calendar 9.0 control (mscal7) form mscal.ocx in the Office folder. Jim





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