Selecting Next/Previous Day From a Monthly Calendar
Original Publication Date: 1984-Jan-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-02
Calendar day changes are readily facilitated and change keying is reduced by assigning change functions to programmable keys. With a computer display of a monthly schedule, where each day's events are shown in an abbreviated form, it is desirable to have the schedule tailored to a current date which is generally today's date. The current day can be made distinguishable from the other days on the monthly calendar by highlighting, blinking, etc. Once the concept of a current date is provided, day-changing capabilities are also desirable. Most applications accomplish this by allowing a user to key the number of the day to be the current day. In addition to permitting the user to change the current day by keying the number, usability is enhanced by providing single key changing.