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Professional Outlook 2007 Programming

ISBN: 978-0-470-04994-5
454 pages
October 2007
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  • Written by one of the most popular and knowledgeable Microsoft Outlook MVPs, this book fills a void in the market for a professional-level Outlook programming book
  • Explains how to use the many new features of Outlook 2007's object model and offers honest advice from the author on how to deal with common shortcomings and pitfalls of Outlook
  • Addresses common workarounds for Outlook programming bugs and how to interface with Word, Excel, SharePoint, and Access
  • Discusses the new Object Model, Outlook forms, COM add-ins, security, and more
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Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Outlook 2007 Programming.

Chapter 2: What’s New in Outlook 2007.

Chapter 3: Outlook Development.

Chapter 4: Outlook VBA.

Chapter 5: Outlook Forms.

Chapter 6: COM Addins.

Chapter 7: COM Addins and the Outlook User Interface.

Chapter 8: Interfacing Outlook with Other Applications.

Chapter 9: Real-World Outlook Programming.

Chapter 10: Task Management System.

Appendix A: Outlook 2007 Object Model Summary.

Appendix B: Troubleshooting Problems and Support.

Index.

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Ken Slovak is president of Slovak Technical Services, a company specializing in Outlook, Exchange, and Office custom development and consulting. He has been an Outlook MVP since 1998. He has coauthored Programming Microsoft Outlook 2000, Professional Programming Outlook 2000, Beginning Visual Basic 6 Application Development; contributed material to other Outlook books; and written numerous magazine articles about Outlook. He makes his home in central Florida with his wife and dog and enjoys swimming, fishing, cooking, and chasing squirrels for the dog’s amusement.
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