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I have a combo box datepicker contr

I have a combo box datepicker contr

I have a combo box datepicker contr

I have a combo box datepicker control to set up on a grid subform. My problem is how to set up that control in grid row to update and select date from control.
What i understand that control can't set properties in design time and when running program the header column for date field not comeout.

Thanks in advance for any help.  

RE: I have a combo box datepicker contr

I have used a combo box in a subform a lot. It works good.

Open you subform in design view and add your combobox to it there. set up its recordsource to choose a date from any table.
Do you want to get a date form a field on the main form or some other place?

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RE: I have a combo box datepicker contr

Thanks. I tried to get date from ActiveX DateTimePicker control and set up it as row/column in grid subform.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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