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how can I find out how many items are displayed in an Explorer window?

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In Outlook 2003 VBA I've got a reference to an Explorer object. Before I display it I want to see if there are any items in the object (am I going to display an empty window to the user?). The CurrentFolder object's .Count is everything in the folder, not the count of the items filtered by the Explorer object's View.

Where's the count?
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