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Outlook Toolbar in Access

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I was just wondering if there was any way to use a toolbar in Outlook
2002 in Access 2002? I want to create a custom toolbar in Access
similar to the Calendar toolbar in Outlook.

Any ideas?

Nov 29 '05
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<ji********@compumarc.com> wrote in message
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Lyle Fairfield wrote:
ji********@compumarc.com wrote:
Perhaps, you could consider the following (it's a quote from another
thread) in relation to your answer.
...


Although you probably see it as others having proof rather than
speculation, I take it as not being one of the NG's finest hours. It's
hardly what I'd like humanity to be anyway. It was painful even to
read it. Access problems are much easier to solve than human problems.

James A. Fortune


Jim,

I don't believe that anyone involved in this mess disagrees that this is far
short of the finest hours of this NG. Nor do I think there are any that
would not prefer to see this chapter closed and forgotten. We all would like
to get back to the intent of the NG, helping one another solve Access
problems. They are indeed easier than the human kind and far more
satisfying.

Randy Harris

Dec 4 '05 #51

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"PC Datasheet" <no****@nospam.spam> schreef in bericht news:yj****************@newsread3.news.atl.earthli nk.net...
You're illiterate and as stupid as your dimwitted cousin John Marshall!!!

Arno R started sending emails to my office and viciously harassing me and I
posted that "All The Rules Have Just Gone Out The Window"


"I confess" that all the rules went out of the windows.

Arno R
Dec 4 '05 #52

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"PC Datasheet" <no****@nospam.spam> schreef in bericht news:cd******************@newsread2.news.atl.earth link.net...
Jim,

<< I'd much rather see solutions for Access. >>

If you go back earlier than about six months ago, that's the way it was.
Arno R and his band of hoods changed it.



Who *exactly* did change things here ???

Remember MichKa ?? Always a class act (like many others here)

Years ago (2001) he said this concerning Steve when Steve opposed being called "a deadbeat and a sleazeball "
http://groups.google.com/group/comp....2b40d2dbeeae8a

<quote>
I personally do not give a shit if you are offended, as I clearly remember
the whole story of who you are now and what you have done. You are the sort
of person who should not be allowed on computers at all.

There is strong evidence that you have bilked a developer out of their
deserved resources.... if even 1/100 of what was reported is true, I
personally hope you burn in the second lowest level of hell for at least
1000 years.
(The lowest level is reserved for people who abandon kittens).
--
michka
</quote>

So who *exactly* started this you think Jim ???

Arno R

Dec 4 '05 #53

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Jim,

The answer is very simple!!

1. Everyone quit promoting and supporting Arno R and his goons
2. Express disgust for what he is doing
3. Tell him to follow Salad's adice and grow up and get a life
4. Complain to his ISP about the pollution he is adding to the newsgroups
and the bandwidth he is wasting
5. Everyone tell John Marshall what one poster told him that he is nothing
but a "hypocritical piece of shit"

If everyone would do this then maybe the harassment would stop and maybe the
unwanted emails being sent to my office would stop and everything would go
back to the way it was.

Steve
PC Datasheet

<ji********@compumarc.com> wrote in message
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rkc wrote:
ji********@compumarc.com wrote:
> Thanks. That helps. I'm going to try to stay out of the crossfire as
> much as possible unless I have a suggestion that can de-escalate this
> jihad.


Steve Santos is like the kid that comes to your house and urinates
in your swimming pool. You kindly suggest that he stops his annoying
behavior. Nobody else is urinating in the pool. When he persists, what
do you do, look the other way because it's to disruptive to convince him
to stop? Perhaps suggest that the others that have felt the sudden
patch of heated water near him are being to sensitive? Maybe wait until
he takes a dump in your pool?


So complaining to his ISP is like complaining to his parents? Put a
fence around the NG? I don't have an answer yet either. Sorry.

James A. Fortune

Those who criticize a problem have a responsibility to help come up
with a solution to that problem. -- Boeing

Dec 4 '05 #54

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You forget
#6 - Let steve abuse these newsgroups with his solicitations and personal
slurs.

John... Visio MVP
Dec 4 '05 #55

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"Randy Harris" <ra***@SpamFree.com> wrote in
news:nS*****************@newssvr19.news.prodigy.co m:
I don't believe that anyone involved in this mess disagrees that
this is far short of the finest hours of this NG. Nor do I think
there are any that would not prefer to see this chapter closed and
forgotten. We all would like to get back to the intent of the NG,
helping one another solve Access problems. They are indeed easier
than the human kind and far more satisfying.


You seem to think that it's up to Steve to fix this.

It's not.

Steve is a stubborn fool who won't change.

Get over it.

Killfile him and stop polluting useful threads with personal
disputes over this issue, which is never going to be resolved to
your satisfaction.

--
David W. Fenton http://www.bway.net/~dfenton
dfenton at bway dot net http://www.bway.net/~dfassoc
Dec 4 '05 #56

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PC Datasheet wrote:
Here is the opinion of 'yet another poster' about me:
Thank you so much for the help given on this problem. It has worked
beautifully and I now have the beginnings of a really useful database.
--
GeeJay


I see old GeeJay uses

**************************************
Microsoft CDO for Windows 2000
**************************************

so I guess he/she is pretty capable and we should respect his/her
opinion.

Did you know about Microsoft CDO for Windows 2000, Steve? Just in case,
here's a post about it (with snips).
************************************************
What is Microsoft CDO for Windows 2000
*************************************************

1. Spaceman
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlooke xpress
From: "Spaceman" <Space...@realspaceman.com>
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 11:44:07 -0400
Local: Fri, Sep 6 2002 10:44 am
Subject: What is Microsoft CDO for Windows 2000

I see it as the X-Newsreader
for lot's of headers now.
and wondered.

Is it the newsreader for "Outlook"?
Or is it some new fangled thing I have not gotten to
download yet.?
:)
2. Jim C. Pickering
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlooke xpress
From: "Jim C. Pickering" <j...@mvps.org>
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 15:04:49 -0700
Local: Fri, Sep 6 2002 5:04 pm
Subject: Re: What is Microsoft CDO for Windows 2000

Hi Jim:

It's the Microsoft web interface for newsgroup access. Perfect for all
those who insist on cloaking any information relative to their ISP, IP
address or version of Outlook or Outlook Express in use. Most users
post to that interface and then fail to provide any information. It's
a collecting place for new users and old hands who wish to "spoof"
addresses to ensure anonymity.

--
Jim Pickering, MVP_Outlook Express

Dec 5 '05 #57

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I didn't know that this question would be opening so many old wounds.
But what about addressing the original issue that was posted???

Dec 5 '05 #58

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Comments inline.

PC Datasheet wrote:
Jim,

The answer is very simple!!

1. Everyone quit promoting and supporting Arno R and his goons
2. Express disgust for what he is doing
3. Tell him to follow Salad's adice and grow up and get a life
4. Complain to his ISP about the pollution he is adding to the newsgroups
and the bandwidth he is wasting
5. Everyone tell John Marshall what one poster told him that he is nothing
but a "hypocritical piece of shit"

If everyone would do this then maybe the harassment would stop and maybe the
unwanted emails being sent to my office would stop and everything would go
back to the way it was.
That solution would not satisfy everyone. It goes both ways. Nearly
those same points were tried against you and did nothing to solve the
problem. I think nearly your exact words from point 5 were also used.
IIRC, this NG used to be moderated. I don't propose that as a solution
but note TTBOMK moderation has been used before in this NG. Piet for
moderator? It's like putting a fence around the NG. It's work for the
moderator that shouldn't be necessary. Besides, a big delay in the
posts would be a real drag on the NG. I still haven't come up with a
solution that makes everyone happy. BTW, since this is not a Microsoft
NG, does the MVP title or any certifications bestowed by MS or other
companies constitute advertising? Not that I mind. I think most of us
advertise a little but try to keep it under the radar (charter). Do
you have any other proposals?

Steve
PC Datasheet

<ji********@compumarc.com> wrote in message
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rkc wrote:
ji********@compumarc.com wrote:

> Thanks. That helps. I'm going to try to stay out of the crossfire as
> much as possible unless I have a suggestion that can de-escalate this
> jihad.

Steve Santos is like the kid that comes to your house and urinates
in your swimming pool. You kindly suggest that he stops his annoying
behavior. Nobody else is urinating in the pool. When he persists, what
do you do, look the other way because it's to disruptive to convince him
to stop? Perhaps suggest that the others that have felt the sudden
patch of heated water near him are being to sensitive? Maybe wait until
he takes a dump in your pool?


That would explain why filters aren't a satisfactory solution :-)!

James A. Fortune

He's an instigator. -- Geni

Dec 5 '05 #59

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"Ecohouse" <vi*******@netzero.com> wrote in message
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I didn't know that this question would be opening so many old wounds.
But what about addressing the original issue that was posted???


The resulting maelstrom in this thread was certainly not your doing. The way
that your thread was hijacked is regrettable.

There are many freeware tools that will extract icons from executables. I've
pasted a link to one below, but there are many others.

http://sharewareplaza.com/IconRipper-download_4686.html

With it, you can then extract the icons from outlook.exe and add them to a
custom toolbar in Access.

Hope this helps,
Randy

Dec 5 '05 #60

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Ecohouse wrote:
I didn't know that this question would be opening so many old wounds.
But what about addressing the original issue that was posted???


To be fair, it seemed like pcdatasheet gave the correct answers, but I
didn't try them since I don't use Outlook on my default machine. Were
they incorrect? My guess is that Arno inferred that a new thread would
not protect you adequately from the nefarious advertising. You
certainly have had adequate warning and beyond and way beyond so let us
know once your problem is solved so that we can end this threat, err
.... thread.

James A. Fortune

Dec 6 '05 #61

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<ji********@compumarc.com> wrote in message
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Ecohouse wrote:
I didn't know that this question would be opening so many old wounds.
But what about addressing the original issue that was posted???
To be fair, it seemed like pcdatasheet gave the correct answers, but I


I didn't realize that there was only one correct answer, or that I was being
unfair by suggesting another.

Randy Harris
didn't try them since I don't use Outlook on my default machine. Were
they incorrect? My guess is that Arno inferred that a new thread would
not protect you adequately from the nefarious advertising. You
certainly have had adequate warning and beyond and way beyond so let us
know once your problem is solved so that we can end this threat, err
... thread.

James A. Fortune


Dec 6 '05 #62

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Randy Harris wrote:
<ji********@compumarc.com> wrote in message
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Ecohouse wrote:
I didn't know that this question would be opening so many old wounds.
But what about addressing the original issue that was posted???


To be fair, it seemed like pcdatasheet gave the correct answers, but I


I didn't realize that there was only one correct answer, or that I was being
unfair by suggesting another.

Randy Harris


The plural was meant to indicate that the combination of his first two
replies formed an answer, not that he owned a monopoly on the truth.
Also, I was not suggesting that you were unfair in suggesting another
answer. I wanted to indicate that, to me, the question had been
addressed and that the ensuing tangents were not due to a disagreement
over his answer, only to the aspect of advertising under the NG charter
and the subsequent lack of a new thread when the subject changed
completely. I do not want to convey the idea that all of his answers
in other posts are correct either. I was referring to this thread
only. I hope that makes sense.

James A. Fortune

Dec 6 '05 #63

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