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Default calendar as pop up

i would like to create a calendar in my application which comes as a pop up when i click a botton or a small image of a calendar

Old July 27th, 2006, 04:37 PM
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The easiest way to do this is to add a second form to your project on which you can place the calendar. Create a button on the main form, and in the click event, instantiate an instance of the calendar form, then show it. For example,
1. Add a form 'frmCalendar' to your current project, and place a calendar control on it.
2. Add a button 'Calendar' to your main form.
3. Add a 'click' event to the 'Calendar' button by double clicking on it in design view, then add code to instantiate and show the calendar:
   frmCalendar theCalendar = new frmCalendar();

This should give you what you are looking for - good luck.

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