Approximately 3 years ago, a brilliant expert BlueDevilFan
helped me with a Macro I needed for Outlook which worked with Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 althought it was originally written by him for Outlook 2007.
So here is the background of what it does right now.
A user has Outlook profile configured normally but has a few subfolders under the main calendar folder and these subfolders are also calender folders.
Now, the main calendar and the subfolders all contain appointments and many of them are recurring appointment. Many of the appointments are only for a few occurrences for example 5 or 10 or 20 etc.
When you normally do a search for any appointment in Outlook, if it matches a recurring appointment, it will only be shown as one result in the search result with the little circle with arrows over it suggesting it is a recurring appointment.
However, for the same recurring appointment, the user actually want to see individual occurrences of the appointment so that they can open any particular one directly from the search result.
So the macro is used this way. Once the search result shows the recurring appointment entry, you highlight on it and run the macro. The Macro will bring up a box showing the various occurrences of the appointment that was selected and from within that box, you can select any particular occurrence and double click on it to open just that one particular occurrence of the appointment.
I have attached the files I was given which I simply had to import in Outlook.
The problem I have is that the code is not working in Outlook 2013 and I need it working in Outlook 2013.
Ask me any questions you have about this as I know this is quite complex.