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Is there a way to use Outlook 2003 controls in c# applications (for Visual Studio 2003)?

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Is this even possible? In particular, I'd like to use the calander
controls in Outlook 2003. I have Visual Studio 2003 installed and I
also have the full Office 2003 installed (with Infopath which I've read
means I have the fullest set of Office 2003).

If this is possible, what is the name of the dlls that I need to
reference as components?


Nov 16 '05 #1
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Hi Dave
This is a good sample project with source code that integrate outlook
within a C# application on this link
Mohamed M .Mahfouz
Developer Support Engineer
ITWorx on behalf of Microsoft EMEA GTSC

Nov 16 '05 #2

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Hello Mohamed,

Thanks for your reply. Although this article is nice, it doesn't talk
about Outlook controls. Do you know if it is possible for me to create
my own application and drop in the calender control that is used in
Outlook 2003, and not have it share data. I simply want the control
(and it's own set of appointments and dates)

This article seems to show how to interact with the existing Calender
database (share data) through code..


Nov 16 '05 #3

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