Private appointments in Outlook VBA and AppointmentItem Object

Posted on 2003-03-13
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Last Modified: 2012-08-14
I need to be able to change the 'Private' property of an appointment (bottom right checkbox in the Appointment form) from VBA. By getting an object reference to a private appointment in code and Watching the variable, I have determined that there doesn't seem to be a corresponding Property in the AppointmentItem object. What's up with that? Or in other words: is there a VBA approach to changing the Private setting of appointments in Outlook?
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Oops, found it:

If itm.Sensitivity = olPrivate Then
   itm.Sensitivity = olNormal
End If

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