The NeoCalendar Library consists of three ActiveX Controls which are designed to replace the MonthView and DTPicker controls that ships with VB. A brand new Date Range selector control is also added which can generate SQL statements automatically.
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Description: The NeoCalendar Library consists of three ActiveX Controls which are designed to replace the MonthView and DTPicker controls that ships with VB. These controls are written from the scratch and supports many enhancements and much better appearances.
The DatePicker Control in the NeoCalendar library is a better replacement for the DTPicker Control that ships with VB. It supports all feature supported by the DTPicker with many enhancements.The DatePicker Control in the NeoCalender library is a better replacement for the DTPicker Control that ships with VB. It supports all feature supported by the DTPicker with many enhancements, and gives you complete control over its appearance. Take a simple example, if you are designing a Form with Controls with a Flat Appearance, you can't use the DTPicker Control because it only has a 3D appearance. Then there is a huge ocx file that must be shipped with your application if you use the DTPicker.
The library also includes a Date range selector control, which allows the user to select a date range from 15 different options and returns the user selection as a complete SQL statement, or just an SQL criteria.
All of the controls support excellent appearance, and a great set of functionality.
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