Posts Tagged ‘Outlook regions’

Video HowTo: Outlook Explorer regions – BottomReadingPane region (VB.NET)

This is one more example of the Outlook Reading Pane customization, and today we will cover the BottomReadingPane region. In this video we are going to create a new advanced region and locate it beneath the Outlook Reading Pane... Read the rest of this entry →

Video: Create an Office shared add-in – building advanced task panes and advanced Outlook regions, using advanced controls

I admit it…it's been awhile since we published Part 1. So I don't blame you if gave up hope of ever seeing Part 2. But I'm here to tell you that you have not waited in vain because today we present to you Part 2 of the Create an Office Shared Add-in series... Read the rest of this entry →

Video HowTo: Outlook Explorer regions – RightReadingPane region (VB.NET)

As you can guess from the title of this post, today it is the turn for the RightReadingPane region. In this video HowTo sample, we are going to create a new region residing to the right of the Outlook Reading Pane, and we'll add just a little code there... Read the rest of this entry →

Video HowTo: Outlook Explorer regions – TopReadingPane region (VB.NET)

This is yet another sample of the Outlook Reading Pane customizations, in which we look into the capabilities of the TopReadingPane region... Read the rest of this entry →

Video HowTo: Outlook Explorer regions – LeftReadingPane region (VB.NET)

After a short break, let's go on with the serious of our small HowTo samples. Now it's time to look into different ways of customizing the Outlook Reading Pane... Read the rest of this entry →

How to add a custom header to your Outlook form or task pane: C# and VB.NET

Usual Add-in Express advanced region or task pane can has a header - a multi-functional area above the region that allows the end-user to minimize the region, close it or switch between forms located in the same region... Read the rest of this entry →

Announcing two new “Power Toys” for Outlook

While our Add-in Express Toys illustrate how to use our framework to build add-ins in general (the current samples are for Outlook, Excel, Word and Internet Explorer), our new super-premium high-octane (but still FREE!) Add-in Express Power Toys go one step further by adding missing functionality to our favourite Office applications!... Read the rest of this entry →

Advanced region events: how to know that the user expanded your form?

Hello folks! Through our forums and e-mail, we are frequently asked questions like this by our fellow developers: How do I know that the user expanded my Add-in Express form? In this article, I will cover the events that are raised when the region is expanded and other events that occur when the region's state is changed... Read the rest of this entry →

How to highlight Outlook forms programmatically

Version 6.3 of Add-in Express for Office and .net provides us with a new method to highlight form regions in Microsoft Outlook. Let's test the new method by creating a new Visual Studio 2010 ADX COM Add-in project... Read the rest of this entry →

New designers for region and task pane managers

Version 6.3 of Add-in Express brings with it a number of new features. One of which is the new in-place designers for the following components... Read the rest of this entry →

Video HowTo: Outlook Explorer regions – WebView region (VB.NET)

The next region that we will tackle in this series of HowTo videos is the WebView region. This region completely replaces the standard Outlook SuperGrid for specified folders... Read the rest of this entry →

Free Outlook Christmas Day Countdown Add-in!

Well look at that – the holiday season is upon us once again! Now if there was only some way we could use Outlook to better prepare for our Christmas shopping, events and general planning… How about a handy add-in? Sure, why not! Take a look at our Outlook Christmas Day Countdown Add-in: Nestled nicely [...]... Read the rest of this entry →

Outlook context sensitivity: show custom UI for certain folders and items types

Add-in Express makes it possible to display your custom UI elements based on various Outlook components. Elements such as toolbars, toolbar controls, ribbon tabs, ribbon tab controls or Advanced Form Regions can be hidden or displayed based on what the user is doing in Outlook at any given moment... Read the rest of this entry →

Video HowTo: Outlook Explorer regions – FolderView region (VB.NET)

Today we are going to look into the capabilities of one of the most interesting Outlook regions - FolderView region. This region extends the standard outlook SuperGrid by adding a possibility to switch between the SuperGrid and our custom region... Read the rest of this entry →

Video HowTo: Outlook Explorer regions – LeftSubpane region (VB.NET)

It seems we have taken great efforts to customize the Outlook SuperGrid to our liking. By watching our previous videos you can learn how to build your forms on the bottom, top and right of the SuperGrid... Read the rest of this entry →

Advanced Outlook form regions: customize an e-mail form

Today, I would like to show you how to add extra functionality to the Outlook Inspector objects using advanced regions and Add-in Express 2010. Start by creating a new ADX COM Add-in project in Visual Studio 2010.... Read the rest of this entry →

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