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Microsoft Schedule+ for Windows 95, version 7.0, can be programmatically controlled through Visual Basic for applications. The following example takes data from a Microsoft Excel worksheet and places it in the Contacts database in Microsoft Schedule+.
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To test the sample macro
For more information about OLE Automation, click the Index tab in Microsoft Help, type the following text
OLE Automationclick the OLE Automation topic, and click the OLE Automation topic in the list of topics found to go to the "OLE Automation" topic.
For more information about programming with Microsoft Schedule+ for Windows 95, version 7.0, you need to have the Microsoft BackOffice Software Development Kit (SDK) installed. In Microsoft BackOffice SDK in the Entire Contents pane, choose Microsoft Exchange Server. There will be a sub-level entitled Microsoft Schedule+ Programmer's Guide.
Article ID: 138284 - Last Review: September 27, 2013 - Revision: 1.5
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