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CalendarSelectionMode Enumeration

Specifies whether a single or multiple dates can be selected in a Calendar.

Namespace:  System.Windows.Controls
Assembly:  PresentationFramework (in PresentationFramework.dll)

'Declaration
Public Enumeration CalendarSelectionMode
<object property="enumerationMemberName" .../>

Member nameDescription
SingleDateA single date can be selected. Use the SelectedDate property to retrieve the selected date.
SingleRangeA single range of dates can be selected. Use the SelectedDates property to retrieve the selected dates.
MultipleRangeMultiple non-contiguous ranges of dates can be selected. Use the SelectedDates property to retrieve the selected dates.
NoneNo selections are allowed.

The following example sets the SelectionMode property to MultipleRange.


' Create a Calendar that displays dates through 
' Januarary 31, 2009 and has dates that are not selectable. 
Dim calendarWithBlackoutDates As New Calendar()
calendarWithBlackoutDates.IsTodayHighlighted = False
calendarWithBlackoutDates.DisplayDate = New DateTime(2009, 1, 1)
calendarWithBlackoutDates.DisplayDateEnd = New DateTime(2009, 1, 31)
calendarWithBlackoutDates.SelectionMode = CalendarSelectionMode.MultipleRange

' Add the dates that are not selectable. 
calendarWithBlackoutDates.BlackoutDates.Add(New CalendarDateRange(New DateTime(2009, 1, 2), New DateTime(2009, 1, 4)))
calendarWithBlackoutDates.BlackoutDates.Add(New CalendarDateRange(New DateTime(2009, 1, 9)))
calendarWithBlackoutDates.BlackoutDates.Add(New CalendarDateRange(New DateTime(2009, 1, 16)))
calendarWithBlackoutDates.BlackoutDates.Add(New CalendarDateRange(New DateTime(2009, 1, 23), New DateTime(2009, 1, 25)))
calendarWithBlackoutDates.BlackoutDates.Add(New CalendarDateRange(New DateTime(2009, 1, 30)))

' Add the selected dates. 
calendarWithBlackoutDates.SelectedDates.Add(New DateTime(2009, 1, 5))
calendarWithBlackoutDates.SelectedDates.AddRange(New DateTime(2009, 1, 12), New DateTime(2009, 1, 15))
calendarWithBlackoutDates.SelectedDates.Add(New DateTime(2009, 1, 27))

' root is a Panel that is defined elswhere. 
root.Children.Add(calendarWithBlackoutDates)



<!-- Create a Calendar that displays dates through
     Januarary 31, 2009 and has dates that are not selectable. -->
<Calendar Margin="20" SelectionMode="MultipleRange"  
          IsTodayHighlighted="false" 
          DisplayDate="1/1/2009"
          DisplayDateEnd="1/31/2009"
          xmlns:sys="clr-namespace:System;assembly=mscorlib">

  <Calendar.BlackoutDates>
    <CalendarDateRange Start="1/2/2009" End="1/4/2009"/>
    <CalendarDateRange Start="1/9/2009" End="1/9/2009"/>
    <CalendarDateRange Start="1/16/2009" End="1/16/2009"/>
    <CalendarDateRange Start="1/23/2009" End="1/25/2009"/>
    <CalendarDateRange Start="1/30/2009" End="1/30/2009"/>
  </Calendar.BlackoutDates>

  <Calendar.SelectedDates>
    <sys:DateTime>1/5/2009</sys:DateTime>
    <sys:DateTime>1/12/2009</sys:DateTime>
    <sys:DateTime>1/14/2009</sys:DateTime>
    <sys:DateTime>1/13/2009</sys:DateTime>
    <sys:DateTime>1/15/2009</sys:DateTime>
    <sys:DateTime>1/27/2009</sys:DateTime>
    <sys:DateTime>4/2/2009</sys:DateTime>
  </Calendar.SelectedDates>
</Calendar>


.NET Framework

Supported in: 4

.NET Framework Client Profile

Supported in: 4

Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1 or later, Windows XP SP3, Windows Server 2008 (Server Core not supported), Windows Server 2008 R2 (Server Core supported with SP1 or later), Windows Server 2003 SP2

The .NET Framework does not support all versions of every platform. For a list of the supported versions, see .NET Framework System Requirements.

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