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Microsoft Outlook 12.0 Object Library

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Hello,

If I use Microsoft Outlook 12.0 Object Library (Outlook 2007) COM
Object in my application, the custommer must have the outlook 2007 on
his computer ?

But if i use Microsoft Outlook 11.0 Object Library (Outlook 2003) COM
Object in my application, the custommer must have the outlook 2003 or
outlook 2007 on his computer ?

There's a document for compatibility between the different version of
Outlook Object Library ?

Thank's

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Merci
Sylfelin
Jul 4 '08 #1
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Sylfelin -

I am having a similar problem.

I've created Word (Office) 2003 document that include Outlook code to send
the document as an attachment. I included Reference to Microsoft Outlook 11.0
Object Library and it works fine.

When user of Office (Outlook) 2007 edit and send the document, I receive it
with
Microsoft Outlook 12.0 Object Library referenced as MISSING. Makes sense
because we have 2003 on our machine. The macros/VBA then generate errors.

If I open the document in design mode and re-reference Microsoft Outlook
11.0 Object Library, then save it, it works fine.

I need to find out if I can have BOTH versions of the Microsoft Outlook
Object Library on my machine at the same time.

Al

"Sylfelin" wrote:
Hello,

If I use Microsoft Outlook 12.0 Object Library (Outlook 2007) COM
Object in my application, the custommer must have the outlook 2007 on
his computer ?

But if i use Microsoft Outlook 11.0 Object Library (Outlook 2003) COM
Object in my application, the custommer must have the outlook 2003 or
outlook 2007 on his computer ?

There's a document for compatibility between the different version of
Outlook Object Library ?

Thank's

--

--------------------------
Merci
Sylfelin
Jul 11 '08 #2

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