Active X Control in Access 2010


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Luciano

I developped an aplication in Access 2007 that runs very well. I tried to run
my application in Access 2010 and there are some errors. Access 2010 don't
recognize an Active X Controll in my forms: i.e. the Calendar (in 2007:
Calendar Control 12.0). I neeed this controll very badly. Please help me.
Luciano
 
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Gina Whipp

Luciano,

This is a beta product... I would suggest reporting this to Microsoft.

As a side note, most folks like to stay away from those ActiveX Controls for
the reason you have listed and more. As an alternative, have a look at...

http://www.viescas.com/Info/links.htm#Downloads

http://www.datastrat.com/Download2.html

http://www.access.hookom.net/Samples.htm

My personal favorite...
http://allenbrowne.com/ser-51.html

http://www.lebans.com:80/monthcalendar.htm

--
Gina Whipp
2010 Microsoft MVP (Access)

"I feel I have been denied critical, need to know, information!" - Tremors
II

http://www.regina-whipp.com/index_files/TipList.htm
 
B

Banana

Luciano said:
I developped an aplication in Access 2007 that runs very well. I tried to run
my application in Access 2010 and there are some errors. Access 2010 don't
recognize an Active X Controll in my forms: i.e. the Calendar (in 2007:
Calendar Control 12.0). I neeed this controll very badly. Please help me.
Luciano
I'm not sure why you need this since Access now has DatePicker built-in
and this control was depreciated.

http://blogs.msdn.com/access/archive/2010/01/09/access-2010-deprecated-features-and-components.aspx

As Gina suggested, you have many other alternatives should the built-in
DatePicker fail to satisfy your needs.
 
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Jeff Conrad [MSFT]


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