Tracking meeting request responses in Outlook

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Dale Fye

I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and

Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.

I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of invitees

and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you select

the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a way to

print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of invitees, and

would prefer not to do a screen print.

Any ideas?

Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar to an

Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that seemed to

handle meeting attendees.

--
HTH

Dale
 
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David C. Holley

Regardless of the fact that you're trying to do this within Access, this is

an Outlook Automation question and thus appropriate for the Outlook

newgroups. Automation is simply code within one application that reaches out

to work with another. Its irrelevant if you're using Access, Word, Excel or

Power Point, its all Outlook.

To that end.

Are you storing information in the Access database on the meeting? Where

does Access come into play with the Meeting Request? Are you creating the

Meeting Request in Access to begin with?

Yes it is entirely possible, but you're trying to do this from within Access

you have to locate the MeetingItem first. How you do that depends on how the

Meeting Request is being created to begin with as there are ways to do this

that are easier than others.

"Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message

news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.

> I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of invitees
> and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you select
> the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a way
> to
> print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of invitees, and
> would prefer not to do a screen print.

> Any ideas?

> Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar to an
> Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that seemed
> to
> handle meeting attendees.

> --> HTH
> Dale
>
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP]

It's stored in the Appointment.Recipients collection; see

http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1130 and

http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418 for Outlook VBA code

samples.

Sue Mosher

"Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message

news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.

> I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of invitees
> and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you select
> the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a way
> to
> print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of invitees, and
> would prefer not to do a screen print.

> Any ideas?

> Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar to an
> Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that seemed
> to
> handle meeting attendees.
 
D

Dale Fye

Actually, Dave, I would prefer to do it in Outlook. But when I couldn't

figure out how to get a simple printout of the meeting request recipients and

their response, I went to Access (my area of expertise) to see whether I

could find a field in either the calendar or mail item collection that had

that information, but did not find one. Thats when I posted my note.

--
HTH

Dale

"David C. Holley" wrote:


> Regardless of the fact that you're trying to do this within Access, this is
> an Outlook Automation question and thus appropriate for the Outlook
> newgroups. Automation is simply code within one application that reaches out
> to work with another. Its irrelevant if you're using Access, Word, Excel or
> Power Point, its all Outlook.

> To that end.

> Are you storing information in the Access database on the meeting? Where
> does Access come into play with the Meeting Request? Are you creating the
> Meeting Request in Access to begin with?

> Yes it is entirely possible, but you're trying to do this from within Access
> you have to locate the MeetingItem first. How you do that depends on how the
> Meeting Request is being created to begin with as there are ways to do this
> that are easier than others.

> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.
> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of invitees
> > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you select
> > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a way
> > to
> > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of invitees, and
> > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> > Any ideas?
> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar to an
> > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that seemed
> > to
> > handle meeting attendees.
> > --> > HTH
> > Dale
> >


> .
>
 
D

Dale Fye

Sue,

How do I make the VBA window visible in Outlook?

--
HTH

Dale

"Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:


> It's stored in the Appointment.Recipients collection; see
> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1130 and
> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418 for Outlook VBA code
> samples.
> > Sue Mosher
> > >

> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.
> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of invitees
> > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you select
> > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a way
> > to
> > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of invitees, and
> > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> > Any ideas?
> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar to an
> > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that seemed
> > to
> > handle meeting attendees.


> .
>
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP]

Same way as in any other Office application: From the main menu, Alt+F11 or

Tools | Macro | Visual Basic Editor

Sue Mosher

"Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message

news:E1609EFF-6AD1-4244-B1A2-531FE945E28C@microsoft.com...
> Sue,

> How do I make the VBA window visible in Outlook?

> --> HTH
> Dale

> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > It's stored in the Appointment.Recipients collection; see
> > http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1130 and
> > http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418 for Outlook VBA code
> > samples.



>

>> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> > >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> > > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.
> >> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of
> > > invitees
> > > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you
> > > select
> > > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a
> > > way
> > > to
> > > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of invitees,
> > > and
> > > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> >> > Any ideas?
> >> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar to
> > > an
> > > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that
> > > seemed
> > > to
> > > handle meeting attendees.
 
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David C. Holley

What happens when you open the Meeting Item and click print? I seem to

recall that they meeting attendee status used to appear there.

David (hint)

"Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message

news:A10CAAA5-9698-4EA0-AC33-3ADB7EE42D10@microsoft.com...
> Actually, Dave, I would prefer to do it in Outlook. But when I couldn't
> figure out how to get a simple printout of the meeting request recipients
> and
> their response, I went to Access (my area of expertise) to see whether I
> could find a field in either the calendar or mail item collection that had
> that information, but did not find one. Thats when I posted my note.

> --> HTH
> Dale

> "David C. Holley" wrote:
>
> > Regardless of the fact that you're trying to do this within Access, this
> > is
> > an Outlook Automation question and thus appropriate for the Outlook
> > newgroups. Automation is simply code within one application that reaches
> > out
> > to work with another. Its irrelevant if you're using Access, Word, Excel
> > or
> > Power Point, its all Outlook.
>

>> To that end.
>

>> Are you storing information in the Access database on the meeting? Where
> > does Access come into play with the Meeting Request? Are you creating the
> > Meeting Request in Access to begin with?
>

>> Yes it is entirely possible, but you're trying to do this from within
> > Access
> > you have to locate the MeetingItem first. How you do that depends on how
> > the
> > Meeting Request is being created to begin with as there are ways to do
> > this
> > that are easier than others.
>

>
>> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> > >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> > > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.
> >> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of
> > > invitees
> > > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you
> > > select
> > > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a
> > > way
> > > to
> > > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of invitees,
> > > and
> > > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> >> > Any ideas?
> >> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar to
> > > an
> > > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that
> > > seemed
> > > to
> > > handle meeting attendees.
> >> > --> > > HTH
> > > Dale
> > >

>

>
>> .
> >
 
D

Dale Fye

figured out how to get to the VBA editor but now:

I copied the code into a code module in Outlook 2007, and am getting an

error (287 Application-defined or object defined error) on the line:

Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients

When I print objItem in the debug window, it gives me the subject of the

meeting.

objSelection.Class = 74

Any ideas?

I've got a meeting request that I created up on screen.

Dale

--
HTH

Dale

"Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:


> It's stored in the Appointment.Recipients collection; see
> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1130 and
> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418 for Outlook VBA code
> samples.
> > Sue Mosher
> > >

> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.
> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of invitees
> > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you select
> > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a way
> > to
> > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of invitees, and
> > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> > Any ideas?
> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar to an
> > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that seemed
> > to
> > handle meeting attendees.


> .
>
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

Which code sample are you using? What is the statement that instantiates

objItem? What's the value of objItem.Class?

Sue Mosher

"Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message

news:9EB7CCB2-A6DD-4CF4-B778-919EB4F17AFA@microsoft.com...
> figured out how to get to the VBA editor but now:

> I copied the code into a code module in Outlook 2007, and am getting an
> error (287 Application-defined or object defined error) on the line:

> Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients

> When I print objItem in the debug window, it gives me the subject of the
> meeting.

> I've got a meeting request that I created up on screen.

> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > It's stored in the Appointment.Recipients collection; see
> > http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1130 and
> > http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418 for Outlook VBA code
> > samples.
>

>> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> > >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> > > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.
> >> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of
> > > invitees
> > > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you
> > > select
> > > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a
> > > way
> > > to
> > > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of invitees,
> > > and
> > > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> >> > Any ideas?
> >> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar to
> > > an
> > > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that
> > > seemed
> > > to
> > > handle meeting attendees.

>

>
>> .
> >
 
D

Dale Fye

It just prints the basic information (addressees, subject, dates/times, body

of the message.

Besides, he needs to get this into some form of Word or PPT document, so

being able to print it does not help!

--
HTH

Dale

"David C. Holley" wrote:


> What happens when you open the Meeting Item and click print? I seem to
> recall that they meeting attendee status used to appear there.

> David (hint)

> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:A10CAAA5-9698-4EA0-AC33-3ADB7EE42D10@microsoft.com...
> > Actually, Dave, I would prefer to do it in Outlook. But when I couldn't
> > figure out how to get a simple printout of the meeting request recipients
> > and
> > their response, I went to Access (my area of expertise) to see whether I
> > could find a field in either the calendar or mail item collection that had
> > that information, but did not find one. Thats when I posted my note.
> > --> > HTH
> > Dale
> > "David C. Holley" wrote:
> >
> >> Regardless of the fact that you're trying to do this within Access, this
> >> is
> >> an Outlook Automation question and thus appropriate for the Outlook
> >> newgroups. Automation is simply code within one application that reaches
> >> out
> >> to work with another. Its irrelevant if you're using Access, Word, Excel
> >> or
> >> Power Point, its all Outlook.
> >
> >> To that end.
> >
> >> Are you storing information in the Access database on the meeting? Where
> >> does Access come into play with the Meeting Request? Are you creating the
> >> Meeting Request in Access to begin with?
> >
> >> Yes it is entirely possible, but you're trying to do this from within
> >> Access
> >> you have to locate the MeetingItem first. How you do that depends on how
> >> the
> >> Meeting Request is being created to begin with as there are ways to do
> >> this
> >> that are easier than others.
> >
> >
> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> >> news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> >> >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> >> > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.
> >> >> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of
> >> > invitees
> >> > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you
> >> > select
> >> > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a
> >> > way
> >> > to
> >> > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of invitees,
> >> > and
> >> > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> >> >> > Any ideas?
> >> >> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar to
> >> > an
> >> > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that
> >> > seemed
> >> > to
> >> > handle meeting attendees.
> >> >> > --> >> > HTH
> >> > Dale
> >> >
> >
> >> .
> >>


> .
>
 
D

Dale Fye

Thanks Sue,

I'm using the code from:http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418

Dim objApp As Outlook.Application

Dim objItem As Object

Dim objSelection As Selection

Dim objAttendees As Outlook.Recipients

> ...

Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")

Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem

Set objSelection = objApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection

Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients

objitem.class = 26

Since ObjItem is defined as an Object, there is no intellisense, so I'm out

of my element. Hell, the entire Outlook object model is "out of my element"!

;-)

I tried several different Outlook objects but each returned an error in

another area. I assume the reason this is declared as an object is that the

user could have any outlook object open when this code is run.

--
Dale

"Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:


> Which code sample are you using? What is the statement that instantiates
> objItem? What's the value of objItem.Class?
> > Sue Mosher
> > >

> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:9EB7CCB2-A6DD-4CF4-B778-919EB4F17AFA@microsoft.com...
> > figured out how to get to the VBA editor but now:
> > I copied the code into a code module in Outlook 2007, and am getting an
> > error (287 Application-defined or object defined error) on the line:
> > Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients
> > When I print objItem in the debug window, it gives me the subject of the
> > meeting.
> > I've got a meeting request that I created up on screen.
> > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> >
> >> It's stored in the Appointment.Recipients collection; see
> >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1130 and
> >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418 for Outlook VBA code
> >> samples.
> >
> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> >> news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> >> >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> >> > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.
> >> >> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of
> >> > invitees
> >> > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you
> >> > select
> >> > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a
> >> > way
> >> > to
> >> > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of invitees,
> >> > and
> >> > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> >> >> > Any ideas?
> >> >> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar to
> >> > an
> >> > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that
> >> > seemed
> >> > to
> >> > handle meeting attendees.
> >
> >
> >> .
> >>


> .
>
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

Don't use this statement in Outlook VBA:

Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")

Instead, use the intrinsic Application object:

Set objApp = Application

Once you check the Class property of the item, you can use the appropriate

object, e.g.

Dim objAppt as Outlook.AppointmentItem

'<snip
Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem

If objItem.Class = olAppointment Then

Set objAppt = objItem

Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients

'etc.

Sue Mosher

"Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message

news:1E922077-BFA7-4567-A0A5-0326952B38F2@microsoft.com...
> Thanks Sue,

> I'm using the code from:http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418

> Dim objApp As Outlook.Application
> Dim objItem As Object
> Dim objSelection As Selection
> Dim objAttendees As Outlook.Recipients

> ...

> Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
> Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
> Set objSelection = objApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection
> Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients

> objitem.class = 26

> Since ObjItem is defined as an Object, there is no intellisense, so I'm
> out
> of my element. Hell, the entire Outlook object model is "out of my
> element"!
> ;-)

> I tried several different Outlook objects but each returned an error in
> another area. I assume the reason this is declared as an object is that
> the
> user could have any outlook object open when this code is run.

> --> Dale

> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > Which code sample are you using? What is the statement that instantiates
> > objItem? What's the value of objItem.Class?
>

>> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > news:9EB7CCB2-A6DD-4CF4-B778-919EB4F17AFA@microsoft.com...
> > > figured out how to get to the VBA editor but now:
> >> > I copied the code into a code module in Outlook 2007, and am getting an
> > > error (287 Application-defined or object defined error) on the line:
> >> > Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients
> >> > When I print objItem in the debug window, it gives me the subject of
> > > the
> > > meeting.
> >> > I've got a meeting request that I created up on screen.
> >> > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> >> >> It's stored in the Appointment.Recipients collection; see
> > >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1130 and
> > >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418 for Outlook VBA
> > >> code
> > >> samples.
> > >
>> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > >> news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> > >> >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> > >> > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.
> > >>> >> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of
> > >> > invitees
> > >> > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you
> > >> > select
> > >> > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a
> > >> > way
> > >> > to
> > >> > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of
> > >> > invitees,
> > >> > and
> > >> > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> > >>> >> > Any ideas?
> > >>> >> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar
> > >> > to
> > >> > an
> > >> > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that
> > >> > seemed
> > >> > to
> > >> > handle meeting attendees.
> > >
>> >
>> >> .
> > >>

>

>
>> .
> >
 
D

David C. Holley

It looks as if you're well on you're way to getting at the information, but

you also have to get it to print. I do not believe that Outlook has any sort

of inherent report functionality that you can customize.

But, in the same way that Outlook can be Automated, you can automate Word to

capture and format the information and then print it. Also, you should be

able to do it in such a way that it prints without the user ever knowning

that Word was invovled. When you get to that point, you'll want to hang out

in a Word newsgroup. I've done it myself but it was one time 5 years ago.

Not to difficult over all.

"Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message

news:32513C05-6E36-4EDD-B743-91BDB40733CE@microsoft.com...
> It just prints the basic information (addressees, subject, dates/times,
> body
> of the message.

> Besides, he needs to get this into some form of Word or PPT document, so
> being able to print it does not help!

> --> HTH
> Dale

> "David C. Holley" wrote:
>
> > What happens when you open the Meeting Item and click print? I seem to
> > recall that they meeting attendee status used to appear there.
>

>> David (hint)
>

>> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > news:A10CAAA5-9698-4EA0-AC33-3ADB7EE42D10@microsoft.com...
> > > Actually, Dave, I would prefer to do it in Outlook. But when I
> > > couldn't
> > > figure out how to get a simple printout of the meeting request
> > > recipients
> > > and
> > > their response, I went to Access (my area of expertise) to see whether
> > > I
> > > could find a field in either the calendar or mail item collection that
> > > had
> > > that information, but did not find one. Thats when I posted my note.
> >> > --> > > HTH
> > > Dale
> >>>> > "David C. Holley" wrote:
> >> >> Regardless of the fact that you're trying to do this within Access,
> > >> this
> > >> is
> > >> an Outlook Automation question and thus appropriate for the Outlook
> > >> newgroups. Automation is simply code within one application that
> > >> reaches
> > >> out
> > >> to work with another. Its irrelevant if you're using Access, Word,
> > >> Excel
> > >> or
> > >> Power Point, its all Outlook.
> > >
>> >> To that end.
> > >
>> >> Are you storing information in the Access database on the meeting?
> > >> Where
> > >> does Access come into play with the Meeting Request? Are you creating
> > >> the
> > >> Meeting Request in Access to begin with?
> > >
>> >> Yes it is entirely possible, but you're trying to do this from within
> > >> Access
> > >> you have to locate the MeetingItem first. How you do that depends on
> > >> how
> > >> the
> > >> Meeting Request is being created to begin with as there are ways to do
> > >> this
> > >> that are easier than others.
> > >
>> >
>> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > >> news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> > >> >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> > >> > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.
> > >>> >> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of
> > >> > invitees
> > >> > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you
> > >> > select
> > >> > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a
> > >> > way
> > >> > to
> > >> > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of
> > >> > invitees,
> > >> > and
> > >> > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> > >>> >> > Any ideas?
> > >>> >> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar
> > >> > to
> > >> > an
> > >> > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that
> > >> > seemed
> > >> > to
> > >> > handle meeting attendees.
> > >>> >> > --> > >> > HTH
> > >> > Dale
> > >>> >
>> >
>> >> .
> > >>

>

>
>> .
> >
 
D

Dale Fye

Sue,

Still generates runtime error 287 (Application-defined or object-defined

error) at the final line of the code segment shown below.

Dim objApp As Application

Dim objItem As Outlook.AppointmentItem

Dim objSelection As Selection

Dim objAttendees As Outlook.Recipients

Dim objAttendeeReq As String

Dim objAttendeeOpt As String

Dim objOrganizer As String

Dim dtStart As Date

Dim dtEnd As Date

Dim dtCreate As Date

Dim strSubject As String

Dim strLocation As String

Dim strNotes As String

Dim strMeetStatus As String

Dim strUnderline As String ' Horizontal divider line

'added by Hugh

Dim x

Dim myMailItem

Dim strNoteBody

Dim iAccepted As Integer

Dim iDeclined As Integer

Dim iTentative As Integer

'to add office location

Dim strInvitee

'to gather office info from AD

Dim strLDAP

Dim strADOffice

Dim strADAddress

Dim strADCity

Dim strADState

Dim strADCountry

Dim strADPhone

'to check the invitee is a user

Dim myRecipient

'define hjs variables

iAccepted = 0

iDeclined = 0

iTentative = 0

Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")

' Is it an appointment

If objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem.Class <> 26 Then

MsgBox "This feature only works on items in your Calendar. Open an

Appointment and try again.", _

vbExclamation, _

"Not an Appointment"

GoTo EndClean

Else

Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem

End If

Set objSelection = objApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection

Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients

--
Dale

"Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:


> Don't use this statement in Outlook VBA:

> Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")

> Instead, use the intrinsic Application object:

> Set objApp = Application

> Once you check the Class property of the item, you can use the appropriate
> object, e.g.

> Dim objAppt as Outlook.AppointmentItem
> '<snip
> Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
> If objItem.Class = olAppointment Then
> Set objAppt = objItem
> Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients
> 'etc.
> > Sue Mosher
> > >

> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:1E922077-BFA7-4567-A0A5-0326952B38F2@microsoft.com...
> > Thanks Sue,
> > I'm using the code from:http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418
> > Dim objApp As Outlook.Application
> > Dim objItem As Object
> > Dim objSelection As Selection
> > Dim objAttendees As Outlook.Recipients
> > ...
> > Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
> > Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
> > Set objSelection = objApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection
> > Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients
> > objitem.class = 26
> > Since ObjItem is defined as an Object, there is no intellisense, so I'm
> > out
> > of my element. Hell, the entire Outlook object model is "out of my
> > element"!
> > ;-)
> > I tried several different Outlook objects but each returned an error in
> > another area. I assume the reason this is declared as an object is that
> > the
> > user could have any outlook object open when this code is run.
> > --> > Dale
> > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> >
> >> Which code sample are you using? What is the statement that instantiates
> >> objItem? What's the value of objItem.Class?
> >
> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> >> news:9EB7CCB2-A6DD-4CF4-B778-919EB4F17AFA@microsoft.com...
> >> > figured out how to get to the VBA editor but now:
> >> >> > I copied the code into a code module in Outlook 2007, and am getting an
> >> > error (287 Application-defined or object defined error) on the line:
> >> >> > Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients
> >> >> > When I print objItem in the debug window, it gives me the subject of
> >> > the
> >> > meeting.
> >> >> > I've got a meeting request that I created up on screen.
> >> >> > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> >> >> >> It's stored in the Appointment.Recipients collection; see
> >> >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1130 and
> >> >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418 for Outlook VBA
> >> >> code
> >> >> samples.
> >> >
> >> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> >> >> news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> >> >> >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> >> >> > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.
> >> >> >> >> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of
> >> >> > invitees
> >> >> > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you
> >> >> > select
> >> >> > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a
> >> >> > way
> >> >> > to
> >> >> > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of
> >> >> > invitees,
> >> >> > and
> >> >> > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> >> >> >> >> > Any ideas?
> >> >> >> >> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar
> >> >> > to
> >> >> > an
> >> >> > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that
> >> >> > seemed
> >> >> > to
> >> >> > handle meeting attendees.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >> .
> >> >
> >
> >
> >> .
> >>


> .
>
 
D

Dale Fye

Dave,

I'm pretty familiar with Word automation, but the Outlook object model is

Greek to me. I think, with Sue's help, I'm gonna get this solved.

Thanks.

--
Dale

"David C. Holley" wrote:


> It looks as if you're well on you're way to getting at the information, but
> you also have to get it to print. I do not believe that Outlook has any sort
> of inherent report functionality that you can customize.

> But, in the same way that Outlook can be Automated, you can automate Word to
> capture and format the information and then print it. Also, you should be
> able to do it in such a way that it prints without the user ever knowning
> that Word was invovled. When you get to that point, you'll want to hang out
> in a Word newsgroup. I've done it myself but it was one time 5 years ago.
> Not to difficult over all.

> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:32513C05-6E36-4EDD-B743-91BDB40733CE@microsoft.com...
> > It just prints the basic information (addressees, subject, dates/times,
> > body
> > of the message.
> > Besides, he needs to get this into some form of Word or PPT document, so
> > being able to print it does not help!
> > --> > HTH
> > Dale
> > "David C. Holley" wrote:
> >
> >> What happens when you open the Meeting Item and click print? I seem to
> >> recall that they meeting attendee status used to appear there.
> >
> >> David (hint)
> >
> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> >> news:A10CAAA5-9698-4EA0-AC33-3ADB7EE42D10@microsoft.com...
> >> > Actually, Dave, I would prefer to do it in Outlook. But when I
> >> > couldn't
> >> > figure out how to get a simple printout of the meeting request
> >> > recipients
> >> > and
> >> > their response, I went to Access (my area of expertise) to see whether
> >> > I
> >> > could find a field in either the calendar or mail item collection that
> >> > had
> >> > that information, but did not find one. Thats when I posted my note.
> >> >> > --> >> > HTH
> >> > Dale
> >> >> >> >> > "David C. Holley" wrote:
> >> >> >> Regardless of the fact that you're trying to do this within Access,
> >> >> this
> >> >> is
> >> >> an Outlook Automation question and thus appropriate for the Outlook
> >> >> newgroups. Automation is simply code within one application that
> >> >> reaches
> >> >> out
> >> >> to work with another. Its irrelevant if you're using Access, Word,
> >> >> Excel
> >> >> or
> >> >> Power Point, its all Outlook.
> >> >
> >> >> To that end.
> >> >
> >> >> Are you storing information in the Access database on the meeting?
> >> >> Where
> >> >> does Access come into play with the Meeting Request? Are you creating
> >> >> the
> >> >> Meeting Request in Access to begin with?
> >> >
> >> >> Yes it is entirely possible, but you're trying to do this from within
> >> >> Access
> >> >> you have to locate the MeetingItem first. How you do that depends on
> >> >> how
> >> >> the
> >> >> Meeting Request is being created to begin with as there are ways to do
> >> >> this
> >> >> that are easier than others.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> >> >> news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> >> >> >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General, and
> >> >> > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of expertise.
> >> >> >> >> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of
> >> >> > invitees
> >> >> > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when you
> >> >> > select
> >> >> > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure out a
> >> >> > way
> >> >> > to
> >> >> > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of
> >> >> > invitees,
> >> >> > and
> >> >> > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> >> >> >> >> > Any ideas?
> >> >> >> >> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my calendar
> >> >> > to
> >> >> > an
> >> >> > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table that
> >> >> > seemed
> >> >> > to
> >> >> > handle meeting attendees.
> >> >> >> >> > --> >> >> > HTH
> >> >> > Dale
> >> >> >> >
> >> >
> >> >> .
> >> >
> >
> >
> >> .
> >>


> .
>
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

Again, please replace the Set objApp statement so that it uses the intrinsic

Application object instead of CreateObject().

Sue Mosher

"Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message

news:EBA65B29-4ED7-4CB9-91E0-21750A1389D4@microsoft.com...
> Sue,

> Still generates runtime error 287 (Application-defined or object-defined
> error) at the final line of the code segment shown below.

> Dim objApp As Application
> Dim objItem As Outlook.AppointmentItem
> Dim objSelection As Selection
> Dim objAttendees As Outlook.Recipients
> Dim objAttendeeReq As String
> Dim objAttendeeOpt As String
> Dim objOrganizer As String
> Dim dtStart As Date
> Dim dtEnd As Date
> Dim dtCreate As Date
> Dim strSubject As String
> Dim strLocation As String
> Dim strNotes As String
> Dim strMeetStatus As String
> Dim strUnderline As String ' Horizontal divider line

> 'added by Hugh
> Dim x
> Dim myMailItem
> Dim strNoteBody

> Dim iAccepted As Integer
> Dim iDeclined As Integer
> Dim iTentative As Integer

> 'to add office location
> Dim strInvitee

> 'to gather office info from AD
> Dim strLDAP
> Dim strADOffice
> Dim strADAddress
> Dim strADCity
> Dim strADState
> Dim strADCountry
> Dim strADPhone

> 'to check the invitee is a user
> Dim myRecipient

> 'define hjs variables
> iAccepted = 0
> iDeclined = 0
> iTentative = 0

> Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")

> ' Is it an appointment
> If objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem.Class <> 26 Then
> MsgBox "This feature only works on items in your Calendar. Open an
> Appointment and try again.", _
> vbExclamation, _
> "Not an Appointment"
> GoTo EndClean
> Else
> Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
> End If

> Set objSelection = objApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection
> Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients

> --> Dale

> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > Don't use this statement in Outlook VBA:
>

>> Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
>

>> Instead, use the intrinsic Application object:
>

>> Set objApp = Application
>

>> Once you check the Class property of the item, you can use the
> > appropriate
> > object, e.g.
>

>> Dim objAppt as Outlook.AppointmentItem
> > '<snip
>> Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
> > If objItem.Class = olAppointment Then
> > Set objAppt = objItem
> > Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients
> > 'etc.
>

>> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > news:1E922077-BFA7-4567-A0A5-0326952B38F2@microsoft.com...
> > > Thanks Sue,
> >> > I'm using the code
> > > from:http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418
> >> > Dim objApp As Outlook.Application
> > > Dim objItem As Object
> > > Dim objSelection As Selection
> > > Dim objAttendees As Outlook.Recipients
> >> > ...
> >> > Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
> > > Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
> > > Set objSelection = objApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection
> > > Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients
> >> > objitem.class = 26
> >> > Since ObjItem is defined as an Object, there is no intellisense, so I'm
> > > out
> > > of my element. Hell, the entire Outlook object model is "out of my
> > > element"!
> > > ;-)
> >> > I tried several different Outlook objects but each returned an error in
> > > another area. I assume the reason this is declared as an object is
> > > that
> > > the
> > > user could have any outlook object open when this code is run.
> >> > --> > > Dale
> >> > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> >> >> Which code sample are you using? What is the statement that
> > >> instantiates
> > >> objItem? What's the value of objItem.Class?
> > >
>> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > >> news:9EB7CCB2-A6DD-4CF4-B778-919EB4F17AFA@microsoft.com...
> > >> > figured out how to get to the VBA editor but now:
> > >>> >> > I copied the code into a code module in Outlook 2007, and am getting
> > >> > an
> > >> > error (287 Application-defined or object defined error) on the line:
> > >>> >> > Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients
> > >>> >> > When I print objItem in the debug window, it gives me the subject of
> > >> > the
> > >> > meeting.
> > >>> >> > I've got a meeting request that I created up on screen.
> > >>> >> > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> > >>> >> >> It's stored in the Appointment.Recipients collection; see
> > >> >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1130 and
> > >> >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418 for Outlook VBA
> > >> >> code
> > >> >> samples.
> > >> >
>> >> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > >> >> news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> > >> >> >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General,
> > >> >> >and
> > >> >> > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of
> > >> >> > expertise.
> > >> >>> >> >> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of
> > >> >> > invitees
> > >> >> > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when
> > >> >> > you
> > >> >> > select
> > >> >> > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure
> > >> >> > out a
> > >> >> > way
> > >> >> > to
> > >> >> > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of
> > >> >> > invitees,
> > >> >> > and
> > >> >> > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> > >> >>> >> >> > Any ideas?
> > >> >>> >> >> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my
> > >> >> > calendar
> > >> >> > to
> > >> >> > an
> > >> >> > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table
> > >> >> > that
> > >> >> > seemed
> > >> >> > to
> > >> >> > handle meeting attendees.
> > >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >> .
> > >> >
>> >
>> >
>> >> .
> > >>

>

>
>> .
> >
 
D

Dale Fye

Sorry,

I got a "D" in following instructions.

That did it. Thanks a lot for your patience.

How do I go about getting a discount on the book? ;-)

--
HTH

Dale

"Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:


> Again, please replace the Set objApp statement so that it uses the intrinsic
> Application object instead of CreateObject().
> > Sue Mosher
> > >

> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:EBA65B29-4ED7-4CB9-91E0-21750A1389D4@microsoft.com...
> > Sue,
> > Still generates runtime error 287 (Application-defined or object-defined
> > error) at the final line of the code segment shown below.
> > Dim objApp As Application
> > Dim objItem As Outlook.AppointmentItem
> > Dim objSelection As Selection
> > Dim objAttendees As Outlook.Recipients
> > Dim objAttendeeReq As String
> > Dim objAttendeeOpt As String
> > Dim objOrganizer As String
> > Dim dtStart As Date
> > Dim dtEnd As Date
> > Dim dtCreate As Date
> > Dim strSubject As String
> > Dim strLocation As String
> > Dim strNotes As String
> > Dim strMeetStatus As String
> > Dim strUnderline As String ' Horizontal divider line
> > 'added by Hugh
> > Dim x
> > Dim myMailItem
> > Dim strNoteBody
> > Dim iAccepted As Integer
> > Dim iDeclined As Integer
> > Dim iTentative As Integer
> > 'to add office location
> > Dim strInvitee
> > 'to gather office info from AD
> > Dim strLDAP
> > Dim strADOffice
> > Dim strADAddress
> > Dim strADCity
> > Dim strADState
> > Dim strADCountry
> > Dim strADPhone
> > 'to check the invitee is a user
> > Dim myRecipient
> > 'define hjs variables
> > iAccepted = 0
> > iDeclined = 0
> > iTentative = 0
> > Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
> > ' Is it an appointment
> > If objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem.Class <> 26 Then
> > MsgBox "This feature only works on items in your Calendar. Open an
> > Appointment and try again.", _
> > vbExclamation, _
> > "Not an Appointment"
> > GoTo EndClean
> > Else
> > Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
> > End If
> > Set objSelection = objApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection
> > Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients
> > --> > Dale
> > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> >
> >> Don't use this statement in Outlook VBA:
> >
> >> Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
> >
> >> Instead, use the intrinsic Application object:
> >
> >> Set objApp = Application
> >
> >> Once you check the Class property of the item, you can use the
> >> appropriate
> >> object, e.g.
> >
> >> Dim objAppt as Outlook.AppointmentItem
> >> '<snip
> >> Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
> >> If objItem.Class = olAppointment Then
> >> Set objAppt = objItem
> >> Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients
> >> 'etc.
> >
> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> >> news:1E922077-BFA7-4567-A0A5-0326952B38F2@microsoft.com...
> >> > Thanks Sue,
> >> >> > I'm using the code
> >> > from:http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418
> >> >> > Dim objApp As Outlook.Application
> >> > Dim objItem As Object
> >> > Dim objSelection As Selection
> >> > Dim objAttendees As Outlook.Recipients
> >> >> > ...
> >> >> > Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
> >> > Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
> >> > Set objSelection = objApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection
> >> > Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients
> >> >> > objitem.class = 26
> >> >> > Since ObjItem is defined as an Object, there is no intellisense, so I'm
> >> > out
> >> > of my element. Hell, the entire Outlook object model is "out of my
> >> > element"!
> >> > ;-)
> >> >> > I tried several different Outlook objects but each returned an error in
> >> > another area. I assume the reason this is declared as an object is
> >> > that
> >> > the
> >> > user could have any outlook object open when this code is run.
> >> >> > --> >> > Dale
> >> >> > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> >> >> >> Which code sample are you using? What is the statement that
> >> >> instantiates
> >> >> objItem? What's the value of objItem.Class?
> >> >
> >> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> >> >> news:9EB7CCB2-A6DD-4CF4-B778-919EB4F17AFA@microsoft.com...
> >> >> > figured out how to get to the VBA editor but now:
> >> >> >> >> > I copied the code into a code module in Outlook 2007, and am getting
> >> >> > an
> >> >> > error (287 Application-defined or object defined error) on the line:
> >> >> >> >> > Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients
> >> >> >> >> > When I print objItem in the debug window, it gives me the subject of
> >> >> > the
> >> >> > meeting.
> >> >> >> >> > I've got a meeting request that I created up on screen.
> >> >> >> >> > "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> >> >> >> >> >> It's stored in the Appointment.Recipients collection; see
> >> >> >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1130 and
> >> >> >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=1418 for Outlook VBA
> >> >> >> code
> >> >> >> samples.
> >> >> >
> >> >> >> "Dale Fye" <dale.fye@nospam.com> wrote in message
> >> >> >> news:19F7EC8D-5466-43F1-B92B-4E35B364FACE@microsoft.com...
> >> >> >> >I have cross posted this to the Access-General, Outlook-General,
> >> >> >> >and
> >> >> >> > Outlook-programming-vba news groups to expand my pool of
> >> >> >> > expertise.
> >> >> >> >> >> >> > I have a co-worker that wants to be able to print out the list of
> >> >> >> > invitees
> >> >> >> > and threir responses to a meeting request (what is visible when
> >> >> >> > you
> >> >> >> > select
> >> >> >> > the "Show - Tracking" ribbon option in 2007. We cannot figure
> >> >> >> > out a
> >> >> >> > way
> >> >> >> > to
> >> >> >> > print or even copy this info. He has more than two pages of
> >> >> >> > invitees,
> >> >> >> > and
> >> >> >> > would prefer not to do a screen print.
> >> >> >> >> >> >> > Any ideas?
> >> >> >> >> >> >> > Is this information visibile from within VBA? I linked my
> >> >> >> > calendar
> >> >> >> > to
> >> >> >> > an
> >> >> >> > Access database, but did not see a field in the calendar table
> >> >> >> > that
> >> >> >> > seemed
> >> >> >> > to
> >> >> >> > handle meeting attendees.
> >> >> >
> >> >> >
> >> >> >> .
> >> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >> .
> >> >
> >
> >
> >> .
> >>


> .
>
 
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