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Date Time picker where's it gone?

Date Time picker where's it gone?

Date Time picker where's it gone?

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I'm moving my database across to a customers site but the Date Time picker control (Microsoft Date and Time Picker Control vers 6.0) wouldn't copy across.

Anybody know how to get it?  I suspect I need to include a reference to it but which one and how?

This is a problem for me but I'm sure not for somebody out there.

RE: Date Time picker where's it gone?

The Date control comes with Office, you must take a copy of it from you office directory and then include it with your set-up program, so that the control is registered on the new PC. Point to note, if you are using Office 2000, the control will not work on a PC using Office XP and visa-versa.

It causes more trouble that it's worth sometimes.

Paul

My API Site: http://users.chariot.net.au/~akia/Home.htm
E-mail: akialia@yahoo.com

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