Chapter 15. Working with Inspectors and Items

In Chapter 13, we discussed Outlook folders and the Explorer windows that display them. This chapter explores individual Outlook items and their Inspector windows, including how to create a new item, return existing items, and work with those items’ methods. Chapters 7 and 14 covered how to access items’ properties.

One significant change in Outlook 2007 is that it uses only one editor for all items, except “sticky note” items, and that editor is Word 2007—or more precisely, a component derived from Word. Another big change is the addition of a Table object for rapid, read-only access to Outlook items.

Highlights of this chapter include discussions of the following:

  • How to work with the Inspector windows ...

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