Goodness. First, I spent 4 hours (FOUR HOURS) on the phone with Microsoft Support 2 days ago, trying to get them to help me because I couldn't get the VB editor to open in Outlook 365 desktop. They transferred me back and forth (some didn't even know what VB is!) and eventually told me I'd have to pay them $500 to open a help ticket. I hung up, more frustrated than I can put into words.
Then my husband wandered in & figured it out in 10 seconds (my WhatsApp was blocking it; solution: turn off WhatsApp & open Outlook, then turn WhatsApp back on--at least until I figure out how to add it as an exception in WhatsApp). (Sidenote: I'd love to call MS and offer them the solution--for $500!)
Then I set out trying to figure out how the heck to write a macro for Outlook to set a particular email folder view to all my other email folders (the whole reason I was doing all of this)--my experience with VBA programming has been limited mainly to Word and some Excel, and even then, it's been years. (At one point, I had the most popular "VBA code samples" page on Google! But this was 20 years ago.) So, I purchased a book from Amazon. I went online to MS's site and found the Outlook objects and so on. And there I sat. I have absolutely no familiarity with Outlook objects and I had no idea where to start.
Yesterday evening, a friend told me about this forum. I came here and BAM! Here's the answer. I didn't even need to write a macro. Just did the above (apply view to other folders). Cripes. All this angst for nothing (except that it got me interested in doing more VBA programming, which I always enjoyed)!!!