Set Control Specific Properties

Each of the controls in the Outlook Control Toolbox serves a unique purpose. As a result, the properties for each control are set in a slightly different way. This section covers setting the properties for the most commonly used controls.

For more information about all Outlook intrinsic controls, see the Microsoft Outlook Visual Basic Reference Help. The Microsoft Outlook Visual Basic Reference Help (vbaoMO.chm) is available on the Microsoft Office XP installation CD. If the Outlook Visual Basic Reference Help is not available, follow these steps to install it.

To install Microsoft Outlook Visual Basic Reference

1. Click the Start button, select Settings, and then select Control Panel.

2. Double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon.

3. Select Microsoft Office XP in the list of installed programs, and click the Change button if you're running Windows 2000 or the Add/Remove button if you're running Windows 98, Wndows Me, or Wndows NT 4.

4. Click Add Or Remove Features, and click Next.

5. Open the Microsoft Outlook for Windows item under the Microsoft Office root item.

6. Click the Visual Basic Scripting Support item.

7. Select Run From My Computer.

8. Click Update. To use controls

1. Open the form in Design mode by selecting Forms on the Tools menu and then clicking Design This Form.

2. Click the Control Toolbox button on the Advanced toolbar.

3. Drag the desired control to the form page.

4. Modify the control using the following guidelines.

Label Controls

Label controls can be used to show text on the page. Thus, they are useful for company logos, address information, or a heading on a form page, as shown in Figure 6-17.

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