June 26, 2016
Hello to All this time I would like to test your skill.
Seriously I know that you are all wonderfully talented and is why I turn to you.
My problem this time is this: In the 90 exploiting the VB.6 I managed to create a perpetual calendar that came out a little bit out of the traditional schemes because: I did not use (or Label CommandButton) to display the data, but everything was done to 'interior of a Picture1.Picture.
For here the Horizontal lines were created code and Vertical for preare the dividers of different numbers that make up the calendar and the Names of the week etc ...!
Ahora I understand from me that in VBA an object as the PictureBox does not exist, here taking advantage of any other objects in your piavimeto.
there would be may be unable to re-create the same thing in VBA using his Userform.
I For your convenience a little bit of my work I offer you my project with the following two images taken from my original program written in VB.6 to make you realize how I wish they could quit.
Thanks for all the help that you will or you will want to give me about Sincere Greetings from A.Maurizio
)P.S) This and My Link To Download the Test program
October 5, 2010
I'm not totally sure I understand what you want, but if you are just trying to have a calendar on a userform then you should read through these two posts which describe doing that
June 26, 2016
Hello Philip Treacy Thanks for your tip.
But my request was and is to be able to create you ...!
A perpetual calendar in a Userform.
But also not to use "button, Labe, or whatever? Whatever) to view the calendar.
But instead :
1) Take advantage of a series of functions to create a grid made with lines (Horizontal and Vertical) where inside them should then the Sunrise (Names of the Week); (The numbers of the Month) ... etc!
And so true that in addition to my original project changed to adapt it to the VBA had also put at your disposal deu They mirror images that exactly what I would get from this project.
Only that if I had half of the half of your capacity in interpreting lingiaggi VBA would be nothing.
As in my case I can not help but ask for help to you thanks
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