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Chapter 34. Advanced Outlook Programming... > Outlook 2003 and Other Office Applic...

Outlook 2003 and Other Office Applications

You can use Outlook 2003 to interact with other Office applications in several different ways. One of the most common uses of Outlook/Office integration is to print custom reports or custom forms. If you've worked at all with custom forms, you know they can be very powerful. You can create multiple pages with a variety of different controls. However, printing custom forms leaves something to be desired. Simply selecting Print from the File menu produces a listing of custom and standard fields in alphabetical order. You cannot control the format of the information or the order in which it's printed. You have no choices for layout because all fields print one after the other on a separate line.

If you want to create a custom printout of your form, you can use code to transfer the information from your Outlook form to Microsoft Word or Excel.


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