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Visual Basic: Windows Controls

Visual Studio 6.0

DayBold Property

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Returns or sets a value that determines if a displayed day is bold.


object.DayBold(date) [= boolean]

The DayBold property syntax has these parts:

Part Description
object An object expression that evaluates to an object in the Applies To list.
date A date expression specifying a date found in the VisibleDays property.
boolean A Boolean expression specifying whether or not the date is bolded.


The settings for boolean are:

Setting Description
True The date is displayed in bold.
False (Default) The date is not displayed in bold.


The DayBold property is an array that corresponds to the VisibleDays property. Each Boolean element indicates whether its corresponding date should be displayed in bold.

Only dates that are currently displayed are valid. Valid dates can be found by looking in the VisibleDays property.

As you move from month to month, the information in this property is not preserved.