Rolling 30 day calendar using Sheridan Calandar Widgets 2.0

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Within the view capabilities of our application, there are months/weeks where the month is cut off in the middle of the week. It would be easier for the user to judge future work without the use of the scroll bar if the displayed Calendar would provide a view of a 30-day rolling calendar. This would minimize the amount of times in which the adjuster would have to move forward to future dates via the scroll bar. This would then require the calendar to begin with the current week and always roll it up to the upper most left corner of the window. In the example below today would display in the Nov 5th position versus the lower portion of the window. Along with showing part of the next month. What I am wondering is can this be done? If so, how. I looked in the help file and on the web. The only thing I could find was showing multiple months using the property "NumberofMonths." I have sample images of what we have and what we would like to see that I can send to you. Thank you.

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I am not familiar with Sheridan Calandar Widgets 2.0
But from a programming point of view, I would consider the following.
Write an Autoexec macro, that checks for the current week.
using a send keys event, send a scroll down event one less than the week number.

This would position the current week at the top of the calendar view.

Again I am not familiar with Sheridan Calandar Widgets 2.0
so I don’t know if any of the above are supported via macros.

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