Video HowTo: Outlook Explorer regions – BottomSubpane region (VB.NET)
Today we will show you how to create a custom form and build it into the Outlook Explorer window under the standard Outlook list of items, which is also known as Outlook SuperGrid among developers.
As usually, the work will be mostly done using the Add-in Express in-place visual designers. As for the coding part, we will just handle the ExplorerSelectionChange event, get the selected email item and show its To and Subject properties in our custom form.
Let’s see how it works:
This sample video was captured in Visual Studio 2008 (VB.NET) with Add-in Express 2010 for Office and .net.