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I am using Date time Picker Control.When it is loaded it showes some date or current system date. I want to do when control is loaded there is no value in it. I mean it must be clear.
How to do this ? Any Idea?
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Hello,

For the control, is there a SelectedDate property? I'm not sure, I haven't worked with the control, but if you set the SelectedDate (or similar) property to Nothing, that might clear it for you. Then again, it may select the current date as the default.

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