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Links To Access Code Examples

Create Recordset With AddNew
Multi-Select List Boxes
Update Field(s) In A Recordset
Update Excel Pivot From Access
Import A Tab Delimited File
Export Excel FileDialog
Create Excel Within Access
Open Excel Within Access
Open Excel OBJ From Access
Format Excel From Access
Import Tab Delim w/WinAPI
Initialize Global Variables
Using TempVars For Globals
Access Error Handling
Loop Through Form Controls
Insert A Calendar Control
Create A Filtered Recordset
Populate Combo Boxes
Bookmarks And Forms
Combo Box Multiple Sources
Passing Form Objects
Create VBA SQL Statements
Create Dynamic Queries
Display File Images On A Form
Manipulate Files via VBA
Manipulate Files via Scripting
Number Subform Records
Reference Subform Objects
Parse Delimited Fields
Parameterized Queries (VBA)
Manipulating QueryDefs In VBA
FindFirst On Combined Keys
Dlookup Command
Dlookup In Form Datasheet
Execute SQL Delete Records
Commit Form To Table
Report With No Data
Reference Form Objects
DSNLess Connections To MySQL
Print Active Form Record
Count Records in Linked Tables
Delete Empty Tables
Open Linked SQL Tables


Insert A Calendar Control

Important Note: The Active-X Calendar Control can be registered for later versions of Access, but it will only work on Office 2010 32-bit. Microsoft does not support the 32-bit Active-X controls in Office 2010 64-bit, and there is no official replacement.

See this article:

Calendar Control Only Works On 32-Bit Office

Date selection can be accomplished through Microsoft's Active-X Calendar Control. To use this control, create a form (or use a space in an existing form). Then follow these steps:

(1) View the toolbox
(2) Click on the "More Controls" Icon
(3) Select (for Access 2003) the Calendar Control 11.0 (If running XP)
(4) Drag a rectangle on the form to place the calendar
(5) Display the properties
(6) Name the Calendar Control (For this example, we will call it "ReportCutoffDate")
(7) Go to the "Event" section of the properties display
(8) Select the "Enter" event, and then select the three dots
(9) Go to the Code Builder
(10) This will create a VBA Subroutine to handle the "Enter" event
(11) The usual code in this section will be to assign the current date to the calendar control
(12) Then in the same VBA screen, create a "Click Event" Subroutine as illustrated below.
(13) The "Click" event cannot be created from the properties screen code builder
(14) Capture the date clicked by the user in the "Click Event"


Program Code

Option Compare Database
Option Explicit

Private Sub ReportCutoffDate_Enter()
' ****************************************************
' ReportCutoffDate is the Name of the Calendar Control
' ****************************************************
' The Code Below Will Set The Calendar's Date To 
' Today's Date - This Event is Triggered By Opening
' The Form That Contains The Calendar Control
' ****************************************************
ReportCutoffDate.Value = Date
End Sub

Private Sub ReportCutoffDate_Click()
' ****************************************************
' The Click Event Is Triggered When The User Clicks
' A Day in the Calendar.  The Code Below will
' Display The Date On A Form Label
' ****************************************************

txtReportDateSelected.Caption = "Date: " & ReportCutoffDate.Value
End Sub