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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office Marketplace: Developer tools and macros

    You can download free or paid or trial versions of Developer tools and macros for Office versions 2003, 2007 and 2010 at Marketplace ….It’s available for the products like Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher, SharePoint and Access.
  • Blog Post: Outlook 2007: How to ‘quickly’ disable add-ins?

    Try the following steps to disable add-ins in Outlook 2007 (it also applies to InfoPath 2007, Project 2007 and Visio 2007) On the Tools menu, click Trust Center. In the categories pane, click Macro Security. In the details pane, select No Warnings and Disable All Macros or Warnings for signed macros;...
  • Blog Post: Where i can find the Macros & Visual Basic Editor in new Microsoft Outlook 2010?

    Couple of Outlook 2010 beta users reported that they can’t find the old VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) and Visual Basic Editor in new Outlook 2010? Whether the feature is removed? With respect to my last blog post , VBA is available with Outlook 2010. Let me explain in-detail. We know about how...
  • Blog Post: Development : Is Visual Basic 6.0 Runtime still supported?

    We get many request/references regarding support of Visual Basic 6.0 runtime support for various Microsoft Operating systems including MS Windows 7. There is a wonderful article regarding this MSDN article titled “ Support Statement for Visual Basic 6.0 on Windows Vista, Windows ”. It states that...
  • Blog Post: Playing with Journal Items & Outlook Object Model # 2

    After created couple of journal items in my test lab, i thought this time i want to play around with the Journal items. Also i want to try the following programmatically: 1) iterate all the available journal items 2) Restrict the values with a (if the Lastmodificationtime > ‘23/9/2009’) specific time...
  • Blog Post: Interesting blog post : Office 2010 & VBA – Why VBA Still makes sense?

    I found this interesting blog post from John Durant with respect to VBA. Why VBA Still Makes Sense Not infrequently I am asked, “So, should I use VBA? Is it going to be around in Office 2010? Is it supported? Should I migrate away from VBA now? Can I count on this technology?” (Here I go with a response...
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