I am using a program called Backup4All to migrate my Outlook 2003 contacts, calendars and setting from one Virtual XP Guest (VM1) to different virtual machine (VM2).
I need to determine the correct folder location on (VM2) into which I will restore the backup created on (VM1)
I solved my macro problem. Instead of editing and saving the script in the [ThisOutlookSession] window I cleared the window and added three modules: Google Maps, Zillow, and a third that I will edit later to search online Tax Office data.
I know have three working...
I'm sorry but I am still only able to save one version of the macro. Each time I save a version the previous version disappears.
I must be doing something incorrect.
Thus far I have simply made the changes in the window titled [VBAProject.OTM - ThisOutlookSession (Code)] and...
Once again, Brilliant!
I have been successful opening both Google Maps and Zillow from my contacts using the BussinessAddress field.
Chrome opens much quicker than IE.
At first the macro did not run because my Chrome.exe file is in a different location than you included. Once...
Success! You are brilliant!
When I woke up this morning I started outlook again. I was able to "enable macros" and I ran the macro using the combined HomeAddress code you gave me last night.
At first nothing seemed to happen. I thought it failed again. But then slowly...
Sorry it took me so long to reply. Because of an unrelated operation I had to do some maintanence and reboot my computer.
When I got back to Outlook I added the HomeAddress code and re ran the macro.
This time I got a message stateing: The Macros in this project are disabled. Please...
I'm still not having any luck. I keep getting the "Array Index Out of Bounds" message.
One thing I am doing is changing the BusinessAddressStreet ... et al to read HomeAddressStreet ... etc.
Could that be causing the problem. If so I can set up my data import to use the Business Address...
Thank you Diane,
I opened a contact. I selected the Home Address. I checked the Address button to see if the address was listed. I ran the macro. And I received this error msg. "Array Index Out of Bounds"
Tnanks for the code for Google Maps. You are awesome.
I tried the macro you sent and figured out how to attach it to a button, but I have not been able to get it too run.
I tried every combination of address sequence I could think of, but none work. Each time I tried a different address I also clicked the Map button on the tool bar and was able...
Thank you very much for the solution to my question regarding mapping in Outlook 2003.
When you sent me the links earlier I did not realize you wrote code to accomplish the task. I have to admit I saw VBA and my eyes glazed over and I saved the post for future reference.