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Dragging objects out of my C# Client App

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I want to allow people to drag contacts out of my program and stick them directly into Outlook.   Can someone point me to an article on dragging objects out of C# clients?  
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that sort of helps.  Basically, I want to mirror the effect of dragging certain file types from the desktop into a program, I need to do this in multiselect form, is the possible?
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that sort of helps.  Basically, I want to mirror the effect of dragging certain file types from the desktop into a program, I need to do this in multiselect form, is the possible?
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