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    sfritz
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    :confuIs it possible?

    I am creating a monthly activities form and within the form the user must indicate which program they used and what guidelines have been met. The user will only ever be referencing a single program but could select a number of guidelines achieved. The list of guidelines is extensive per program. I would like the user to indicate which program they are reporting on and only display the guidelines pertinent to that program. I envisioned them selecting from a combo box the program and in a listview populate the guidelines for there selection dynamically? Can this be done in a single form?

    On this form I would like to also pick the month from a drop down list but store the number to the database for sorting purposes. I looked at listview and was able to successfully set it up using the viewstyle of vslist; however this method takes up a lot of real estate on the form, is there an alternative?

    Using a button on the form is it possible to launch a separate form, prompting the user to enter appointment information and post the content of that to a calendar that they have proxy rights to?
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    Using a button on the form is it possible to launch a separate form, prompting the user to enter appointment information and post the content of that to a calendar that they have proxy rights to?
    sed:


    You can use button click event (Double click a button in the Form Designer) to display another form.

    Sub btnDlg1Click(Sender)
      dlg2.showmodal
    End Sub
    

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    On this form I would like to also pick the month from a drop down list but store the number to the database for sorting purposes. I looked at listview and was able to successfully set it up using the viewstyle of vslist; however this method takes up a lot of real estate on the form, is there an alternative?


    Another option is to use DateTimeEdit control then extract the month. Example:
    msgbox month(dlg1.dateCtl.date)

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,
    Advansys Support

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    lp_irovetz
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    Originally posted by sfritz:

    I am creating a monthly activities form and within the form the user must indicate which program they used and what guidelines have been met. The user will only ever be referencing a single program but could select a number of guidelines achieved. The list of guidelines is extensive per program. I would like the user to indicate which program they are reporting on and only display the guidelines pertinent to that program. I envisioned them selecting from a combo box the program and in a listview populate the guidelines for there selection dynamically? Can this be done in a single form?


    Dynamically is the problem ! Because it depands where you store Guidelines and Programm items

    I think you could used Library Smile

    Create a classification with C1 for a library. In it, you place name of programm for each entry.
    Created your Guideline in files (not only text file, PDF could be right)
    Store in library theses Guidelines
    In your Form , input a combo generated by Library fields (eg programms)
    When your users select a programme , make a search in Library and preview the Guideline

    DMS is a great tools Wink

    Hope this help

    L.P. Irovetz
    ARCANE GroupWare

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