avtually I did what you recommended and set all other explorers to olMinimized, that works fine.
Unfortunately the Datepicker is not enough for me. I have to check first if the date is free, so an Calendareplorer works fine.
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> You could set the WindowState of any other open Explorers to olMinimized.
> There's no command in the object model to make an Explorer modal. You could
> get the window handle for the Explorer using FindWindow() from the Win32 API
> functions, then call SetWindowPos() and setting the window to HWND_TOPMOST.
> That would put it on top of all other windows on the desktop in the z-order,
> so effectively making it modal until dismissed or the setting is changed.
> How that would affect the other Outlook operations is something you'd have
> to experiment with.
> If I was doing it I'd just shove a calendar picker control on a form and set
> it modal until a date was picked, unless something definitely Explorer
> related was required.
> "escamoteur" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Hi,
>> I want to offer the user a Calendar Explorer to pick a date. As long as
> > this explorer is open he should not be able to switch to another explorer.
>> Is it possible to make this explorer modal OR to hide all other active
> > explorers as long as this explorer is used??
> > Tom