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Using PocketOutlook with Appointment and detecting the Menu Cancel action

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Hi,
I'm writing an application that creates an Appointment on a PocketPC, Windows Mobile 5 & 6. When creating the Appointment using the ShowDialog() method there is no return type indicating if the user has cancelled the dialog box. Any ideas?
Thanks,
Steve
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which ShowDialog() do you mean? could you post the code?
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The full POOM implementation exposes overloaded ShowDialog methods and from C# Managed code you don't get access to Dialog Result return values. I've worked my way around this issue, thanks,
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