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Add Calendar Date and Time Pickers to Simplify Data Entry on Microsoft Access Forms

Give your Microsoft Access users on any version of Access the ability to pick a date from a calendar with the DateTime Picker control in Total Access Components. You can also create a time picker and specify the formats:

Date Picker for Microsoft Access
Date Picker with
Calendar Drop Down

Time picker for Microsoft Access
Time Picker

Use the spin buttons to adjust the hours, minutes, or seconds

The DateTime picker not only simplifies data entry, it also ensures accurate data is selected and formatted.

Using the DateTime Picker Control

Easily place the DateTime picker control on your form, then specify:
  • Whether you want the user to select a date or time
  • Optionally bind it to a Date/Time field
  • The format for the date or time
    • Long date
    • Short date
    • Time
    • Custom format

Programmatic Options

VBA is not required to use this control; however, all properties can be set programmatically.

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