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Outlook Calendar in own VB.Net program

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Hi Anybody,

im trying to show a calendar (dayview) in my own vb.net programm.
This calendar sheet should get all items (of this day) of my local
outlook calendar (Outlook 2000). Is something like this possible?
Perhaps is it possible to involve the whole outlook calendar in my
program? (This would be the best way!)

Thanks for all help

Mar 23 '06 #1
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Hi,

It would be easier the other way: instead of showing the calendar in your
app, make your app to automate Outlook to show it with the calendar view and
pass the data back to your app. Or you can provide an add-in for Outlook,
make the user work with Outlook directly, and submit data to your app. Just
some ideas...
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Hi Anybody,

im trying to show a calendar (dayview) in my own vb.net programm.
This calendar sheet should get all items (of this day) of my local
outlook calendar (Outlook 2000). Is something like this possible?
Perhaps is it possible to involve the whole outlook calendar in my
program? (This would be the best way!)

Thanks for all help
Mar 23 '06 #2

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Hi,

Developers express sells some scheduling controls.

http://www.devexpress.com/Products/NET/XtraScheduler/

Ken
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"du*******@web.de" wrote:
Hi Anybody,

i´m trying to show a calendar (dayview) in my own vb.net programm.
This calendar sheet should get all items (of this day) of my local
outlook calendar (Outlook 2000). Is something like this possible?
Perhaps is it possible to involve the whole outlook calendar in my
program? (This would be the best way!)

Thanks for all help

Mar 23 '06 #3

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