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Using VBA but .net???

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Hi

I do quite a bit of development through VBA in Outlook

However, this is all using VB6 - is there any way of coding in VBA, but using .net?

It seems a logical question in my head, i hope it makes sence to you
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by:Wayne Taylor (webtubbs)
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Hi seancurt,

I assume you mean for an Addin or something like that? If so, then you can use VSTO -> http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/office/aa905543.aspx

Regards,

Wayne
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The answer to this question " is there any way of coding in VBA, but using .net?" is NO
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ok thanks
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