Attaching a File or an Outlook Item to an Outlook Message

Attaching a file to a Microsoft Outlook mail item is one of the most popular customer actions in Outlook.   Naturally, many power users also ask how to do this programmatically. The Outlook object model provides the Attachment  object, Attachments.Add  method, and an Attachments property for each of the Outlook item objects  (for example, mail, appointment, contact, meeting, and task items), to support adding an attachment to an Outlook item

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Attaching a File or an Outlook Item to an Outlook Message

Using LINQ to Query Tables in Excel 2007 (Visual How To)

Learn how to use the Open XML Formats to load information stored in Excel worksheets into generic lists that support LINQ.

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Using LINQ to Query Tables in Excel 2007 (Visual How To)

New code samples in the Outlook 2007 Developer Reference!

MVP Helmut Obertanner contributed two new code samples recently in May: How to: Import Appointment XML Data into Outlook Appointment Objects How to: Obtain and Log On to an Instance of Outlook    These code samples are presented in managed code (C# and Visual Basic). They are particularly interesting because they demonstrate the use of the .NET Framework Class Library together with the Outlook Primary Interop Assembly. " How to: Import Appointment XML Data into Outlook Appointment Objects ” shows how to use the Microsoft COM implementation of the XML Document Object Model (DOM) to load and process appointment data in XML and return the data in Outlook AppointmentItem objects.

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New code samples in the Outlook 2007 Developer Reference!

How do I: Create Simple Bar Graphs in Reports in Access 2007 (Visual How To)

Learn how to create a report that uses a bar graph to represent numerical values. The solution requires very little effort and does not use any external controls.

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How do I: Create Simple Bar Graphs in Reports in Access 2007 (Visual How To)

How Do I: Highlight the Current Field in Data Entry Forms in Access 2007 (Office Visual How To)

Use indentation and color in the current control on a form to highlight the current control.

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How Do I: Highlight the Current Field in Data Entry Forms in Access 2007 (Office Visual How To)

How Do I: Highlight the Current Field in Data Entry Forms in Access 2007 (Office Visual How To)

Use indentation and color in the current control on a form to highlight the current control.

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How Do I: Highlight the Current Field in Data Entry Forms in Access 2007 (Office Visual How To)

How Do I: Use Variables in VBA to Filter Access 2007 Queries (Office Visual How To)

Learn to filter the results of an Access 2007 query by using a fixed expression, a built-in VBA function, or a VBA variable of a custom function.

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How Do I: Use Variables in VBA to Filter Access 2007 Queries (Office Visual How To)

How Do I: Use Variables in VBA to Filter Access 2007 Queries (Office Visual How To)

Learn to filter the results of an Access 2007 query by using a fixed expression, a built-in VBA function, or a VBA variable of a custom function.

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How Do I: Use Variables in VBA to Filter Access 2007 Queries (Office Visual How To)

How Do I: Make a Searching List Box in Access 2007 (Office Visual How To)

Learn how to create a search list box by using a text box and a list box together, along with code that searches through a recordset or with code that searches directly through a table.

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How Do I: Make a Searching List Box in Access 2007 (Office Visual How To)

How Do I: Make a Searching List Box in Access 2007 (Office Visual How To)

Learn how to create a search list box by using a text box and a list box together, along with code that searches through a recordset or with code that searches directly through a table.

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How Do I: Make a Searching List Box in Access 2007 (Office Visual How To)