This add-in allows a developer to add a calendar to a userform with almost zero programming. The supported calendar is shown in Figure 1.
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After downloading the file, unzip it and save the XLA file in a folder of your choice.
This add-in makes it extremely easy for a developer to add a calendar capability to a userform. Consider the demonstration userform in Figure 2. Clicking either of the ... buttons brings up the calendar of Figure 1. When the user makes a selection, that date is returned to the developer. If the user cancels the dialog box, the function returns False.
The developer can choose to connect to the add-in either by using Application.Run or by establishing a reference to the add-in. In either case, the total code required to use the add-in's capability is one line!
To directly call the add-in (i.e., without establishing a reference) and assuming the add-in is installed in the user library location, the code would be:
Me.TextBox1.Text = Application.Run("'" & Application.UserLibraryPath _ & "tm vba calendar.xla'!getDate")
With a reference to the TM VBA Calendar.xla file, the code would be:
Me.TextBox2.Text = TMCalendar.getDate
The user sees a familiar layout for a month-by-month calendar. Making any selection changes the highlight for that date. The user can choose to OK the final selection or Cancel the dialog box.
For use by a developer for development and testing of her/his own software the add-in is free.
For distribution with the software that uses the add-in, the cost is $49.95. This entitles the developer to distribute the add-in. It does not give her/him access to the source code.
For the source code, the cost is $99.95.