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Accessing Message button from Outlook 2007 C# form region

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I've created a form region using the VS 2008 wizard for outlook 2007. This form region is displayed when you create a new email. You then toggle between the email massage and the form region by using the Show  Ribbon buttons(Message,"form region name").
The form region C# code has a listbox that you can select some specific email text and a button that causes the email text to be filled out in the current email that you have open.
This all works but I want to close the form region or return to the main email message when I click on my form region button. (Simulate a on_click event of the Message button on the ribbon.
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Script code examples to build from here:
http://www.outlookcode.com (download Sues code examples)
http://www.slovaktech.com/code_samples.htm
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