Events for Listview control in Outlook Form

Does anybody know how to access events (other than click) for a listview control on an outlook form using VBScript?
Specifically I would like to use the dblclick event.

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David LeeCommented:
Hi, SimonGClarke.

Most controls on an Outlook custom form only support the Click event.  I don't see the ListView control specifically mentioned n my reference material, but I'm guessing it follows the same rule.  What is it that you're trying to accomplish?  Maybe I can suggest a workaround.
SimonGClarkeAuthor Commented:

on my outlook form I have a listview that shows a filtered list of 'sub contacts' linked to the item opened. I wanted to be able to open the sub contact in its own form by double clicking its listitem.
I currently have a button above the listview that can be clicked to that effect but this is not so ideal.

Any thought would be very welcome!
David LeeCommented:
Apologies for not responding sooner.  The only workaround I can think of is to suggest using a webbrowser control in place of the listview.  Making each item in the list a hyperlink would allow you to open them with a single click.

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