Running Sample Outlook Add-in's

A few customers have asked about how to run the time-reporting add-in that was published on MSDN as Creating a Simple Time-Reporting Tool Based on the Outlook 2010 Calendar, and discussed in the blog post Time-Reporting Tool now Available as an Outlook Add-in! In general, because the main reason for us to provide code samples is to demonstrate…

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Time-Reporting Tool now Available as an Outlook Add-in!

The time reporting macro that I blogged about a few months ago has been implemented as a C# Outlook 2010 add-in. The add-in’s Visual Studio project is now available for download as part of the Visual How To Creating a Simple Time-Reporting Tool Based on the Outlook 2010 Calendar. This add-in has significant improvements in the…

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Tips for Filtering Items Using Date-time Comparison

In my recent posting about a time-reporting macro, I mentioned a workaround to have the macro include appointments that fall outside of the normal work hours set in the Outlook Options dialog box. Alert: If you have appointments in your date range that start and end before the beginning of work hours you have specified…

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A Simple Macro to Track Your Time in the Outlook Calendar

The Scenario Do you sometimes wonder how time slipped by during the work day, and you can’t recall what projects you worked on or how much time you spent on them? I usually record how I spend my time in the Outlook calendar. For example, today, I did the following: ·         I spent one hour…

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