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Customize the built-in Outlook Select Names dialog (or any other)

, 10 Mar 2008
In this article, you will learn how to customize the built-in Select Names dialog and use different external data sources for your own dialog.
CustomAddressDialog_Part1.zip
CustomAddressDialog
CustomAddressDialog_TemporaryKey.pfx
DataSetContacts.xsc
DataSetContacts.xss
Properties
Settings.settings
CustomAddressDialog_Part2.zip
CustomAddressDialog_TemporaryKey.pfx
Database
DataSetContacts.xsc
DataSetContacts.xss
Settings.settings
CustomAddressDialog_Part3.zip
CustomAddressDialog_TemporaryKey.pfx
DataSetContacts.xsc
DataSetContacts.xss
Settings.settings

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Helmut Obertanner
Software Developer (Senior) X4U electronix
Germany Germany
I'm a 1968 model, made in Germany.
After School transformed into an electronic engineer and started repairing computers in 1986. From PET till now In the IT-world. Currently employed as softwaredeveloper in a company creating solutions for pharmacies.
MCSE2000, MCSD, MCTS - Team Foundation Server, MCTS - Visual Studio Tools for Office.
Specialized in Outlook/Exchange custom development. Languages: german, english, C#, C++, VB.Net, VB6, SQL.
In 2006 received an award as MVP - Visual Developer VSTO by Microsoft.
Homepage: [http://www.x4u.de]

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