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Raas
post Apr 6 2007, 10:18 PM
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I can't locate the ActiveX Calendar Control in 2007. It's not in my ActiveX tab, so can't be installed. Is it named something different now, or just no longer available?
Anyone help me find my lost calendar?
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DougY
post Apr 7 2007, 12:06 AM
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Calendar Control 12.0 ... it's the 10 item in the Insert ActiveX dialog box...
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Raas
post Apr 7 2007, 08:47 AM
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I guess that's my problem. My list of ActiveX controls isn't showing a Calendar Control 12.0 or anything else remotely close. My 8-12 items on the list are:
That ActiveX Control
CommonDialog Class
Contact Selector
ContentHost Control
CoverEdCtrl Control
I'm using the full version of Office 2007. (i'd better be, it cost enough), but this control isn't there.
I guess it's still lost.
Thanks
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DougY
post Apr 7 2007, 12:38 PM
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I use Office Pro and it's there...
id you do a custom install and maybe unchecked something?
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Raas
post Apr 7 2007, 12:44 PM
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I really don't remember. I use office pro as well. Before I get too involved, I'll go back and reinstall Office 2007 and look again. It's possible I could have done something wrong in the initial install.
I'll get back on this as soon as I've tried, and update as to the results so others won't have the same problem, or will have a solution as well. That should be today.
Thanks, Doug appreciate the suggestion.
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Raas
post Apr 7 2007, 01:57 PM
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Doug, my man. I love being the one to tell you, .... your suggestion works! I reinstalled, and the control is now available. I must have done something wrong in the first install. THANKS! So simple, yet I hated to reinstall and lose a lot of work. I didnt'.
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freakazeud
post Apr 7 2007, 06:11 PM
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Why do you need the active x control? I normally try to avoid them because of their dependents. Access 2007 has an internal date picker which you can use on date/time data type fields.
HTH
Good luck
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