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Appointment book with Calendar in Paradox

Appointment book with Calendar in Paradox

Appointment book with Calendar in Paradox

I am trying to develop an appointment book that is attached to a calendar in Paradox for my medical practice. Currently I have version 11.  I cannot find any information on how to accomplish this.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

RE: Appointment book with Calendar in Paradox

Look at the following thread, it may help. http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=857945

Also try a search on 'diary' within this forum.

I started writing a similar part to my Optician application but have yet to finish this aspect. If you would like to share information please send me a private e mail via my website at theoptician.co.uk

Trust thsi helps,


RE: Appointment book with Calendar in Paradox

Thanks Paul.  I had seen this thread.  If I get any closer to a solution I'll let you know. I would be happy to trade any info.

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