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CalendarLite ( date_field ; option ; iteration ; x_start_on_monday ; x_highlight_weekends ; holiday_list )

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Drew Wesley, Drewsol
http://www.drewsol.com

Same as Calendar (minus documentation and integrated holiday list).

Sample Input:
CalendarLite ( "6/1/2012" ; "calendar" ; 3 ; "" ; "" ; "" )
Sample Output:
(Shows month of August 2012 in 42 repeating fields. Days outside of August are grayed.)


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Description:

Same as Calendar (minus the extra documentation and integrated holiday list).

Note: these functions are not guaranteed or supported by BrianDunning.com. Please contact the individual developer with any questions or problems.

This is my Custom Function and I want to edit it

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Seems to be a nice idea for calendar.
But it doesn't seems to work.
This example return a 22 in grey color.
Should I miss something?
Do you have a simple example to download?
Could I have more details about the parameters?
Thanks
Ben

Benoit Kaisin, Belgium
January 12, 2010 7:41pm

The documentation included in the full fnCalendar function provides the instructions you'll need. Please email me with any questions.

Andrew Butt, Los Angeles, CA
January 13, 2010 9:41am

Doesn't work; all but first cell empty.
Missing extend()?
1.5 worked OK.

Bruce Robertson, Redmond WA
February 01, 2010 11:51am

If you're using the global calculation option, you'll need (1) to use the date as a trigger field and (2) the Extend function as noted in Step 3a in the documentation:
Let (
trigger = CAL::Date_G ;
fnCalendar ( Extend ( <date field> ) ; "calendar" ; 1 ; "" ; "" )
)

Andrew Butt, Los Angeles, CA
May 29, 2010 2:45pm

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