At the end of the day, all I want to accomplish, is avoid the user having to select a directory every time I call the pickfolder in Outlook. I just want to be able to apply the last used folder in some way - storing it in Registry was what I thought of and have no issue doing, but I cannot...
If I have outlook open and I use Its PickFolder function it defaults to the start folder. Then, if I simply change the start folder in the options menu, and then re-run the same code, it immediately defaults to the new folder I selected. This is what I determined before I asked the question.
Hello, In Outlook I use PickFolder to choose a file folder within Outlook Explorer area.
Something like this code:
Set iNameSpace = myOutlookApplication.GetNamespace("MAPI")
'User Dialog Popup Window to choose a directory for Processing within Outlook
'Store Chosen Directory in...
Thank you very much for the information - I finally have this working with the following Code as my working code.
Public Sub ResizePic40Percent()
' ResizePic macro
' The macro first will attempt scale the selected image to the specified percentage,
' the macro then checks to see if the...
I have tried to find a way to find "the selected object" without luck. for example, I cannot find a ishp(1).selected property for each? This is really my whole question.
Should I have asked this question in the topic of "Ask in Programming and Forums"? Is that what you meant. I am sorry, but...
In Word I had found some great VBA code to resize BOTH a selected item and all items in a word document.
FOR EXAMPLE IN WORD - TO RESIZE A SELECTED ITEM/PICTURE
' ResizePic Macro
' The macro first asks for a percentage by which you want to scale the selected...