Okay.... What I need now is I want to select a time as well in monthcalendar... I don't want to use datetimepicker, is it possible..
I was required to do so where there is a time selection in monthcalendar.
Posibble to do so?
I'm pretty sure debasisdas answered this with you need to create your own control.
Add a new usercontrol to the project. Drag a MonthCalendar control on it. Drag a DateTimePicker on it. Set the DateTimePicker's format to time and showupdown arrows to true. Add two properties in the usercontrols code so you can access the two controls.
Public Class UserControl1
ReadOnly Property MonthCalendar() As MonthCalendar
ReadOnly Property TimePicker() As DateTimePicker
Build the project and the usercontrol will be in the toolbox. Drag it to the form. You'll have what the image shows.
And you can always just drag the month calender and datetimepicker to the form and do the same thing.
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