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Microsoft Schedule and Visual Basic

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How do you implement Microsoft schedule into an app, so it can be ran from the app and the two can converse between each other? Example: If I have an app that dials conference calls and in Microsoft Schedule I have a conference call on 5/28/98 @ 3:00 pm, can I have the app look at Schedule and automatically dial the call at the time.
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I do not have Microsoft schedule myself, but you should be able to include it as an object within your application.  If (in the menu) you go to PROJECT and then REFERENCES you should see a list of all the available objects accesable on your PC.  Check the box that applies to schedule.  Then if you go to VIEW and OBJECT BROWSER it will list all of the objects referenced by your application.  This is where you will find all of the function calls for this object.  You wont find anything in the regular help files. For a specific object.
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Do you know how to make the app and Microsoft Schedule send messages between each other?
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I don't have Schedule myself, but if you check the function calls, it should be listed in there.  Any Microsoft product should communicate pretty easily with VB.
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