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|Author: Michael Bauer||Homepage|
|Date: 06.09.2012||Accessed: 8027|
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Since the version 2007, Outlook always uses Microsoft Word as e-mail editor. That is Word's powerful library can be used to edit the content of e-mails and other items.
Another advantage is that there is a macro recorder in Word, which you don't have in Outlook. And that means you can record a macro in Word and copy it to your Outlook VBA project.
Most Word macros use the Selection object, which is automatically available in Word. In order to use such a macro in Outlook, you must declare a variable for that object. Additionally, click Tools/References, and set a reference to the "Microsoft Word x.0 Object Library".
This example demonstrates how to get the most important Word objects. Below where the Selection object is set, insert your Word macro.
Public Sub UseWord()
Dim Ins As Outlook.Inspector
Dim Document As Word.Document
Dim Word As Word.Application
Dim Selection As Word.Selection
Set Ins = Application.ActiveInspector
Set Document = Ins.WordEditor
Set Word = Document.Application
Set Selection = Word.Selection
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