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Programming Applications for Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 by Ryan Gregg, Randy Byrne

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Chapter 8. Responding to Events

Events are the oxygen of add-in development. Using Outlook events, your solution can respond to user actions and enforce business logic. To help you write great add-ins and to satisfy common developer requests, many new events have been added to Microsoft Office Outlook 2007. This chapter introduces you to the multiple classes used to wrap Component Object Model (COM) objects in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. Some of these classes wrap Outlook events, and you’ll learn which event-related class is appropriate to a particular object. Although the sample code in this chapter is predominantly C#, a brief discussion of events in Microsoft Visual Basic .NET will cover two different methods of hooking up events in your ...

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