Documentation of all fields in Outlook (like Item.Subject etc.)


I am searching for a dokumentation of all fild-names that are used in Outlook-Forms.
The problem is, I am from Germany and e.g. the field "Subject" in my Outlook is called "Betreff" but from VB I can only read the text, if I use:
vari = Item.Subject

I am searching for a list like that:
English -> German
subject -> Betreff
CreationTime -> Erstellt

I am sure I found the whole list in the local-Window (that´s how it´s called in Germany, I mean the Window where u can explore your objects) of the VBA-Editor long time ago and now I can´t find it. If someone knows, how to find it, please let me know.


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you could use the object inspector
-it's opening the vb editor with ALT+F11
-next use F2 to bring it up

or you could use this wonderful tool


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TAFKARAuthor Commented:
OK, 1 Point for the tip with object Explorer, (I hate It =).But the other 49 for the Tool. "A must-have" for every Outlook-Developer =)
Big thx.
thanks for the grade, and yes the tools from that site are a must for a office developer
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