Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Figure 21-3. The References dialog box displays all available references. To activate a
library file, select the reference and click OK.
Now that the reference has been added to the Visual Basic Editor, you’ll have the available
assistance with objects created using this library file. VBA will search through the type librar
ies, in the order shown from top down, to find the references to object types. If the same
object type is present in more than one library, VBA will use the first one found. You can
select a library and click the Priority buttons to move it up and down the list to change the
order in which libraries are searched. There’s no need to depend on priority; you can refer
ence the object with the application object. For example, instead of using AddressList , use
Outlook.AddressList .
Review the following example to see how early binding is used. The procedure lists all the
names in the Outlook Contacts folder, placing them in column A of the active worksheet.
Make sure that you have added a reference to the Outlook Object Library before executing
this procedure.
Sub DisplayOutlookContactNamesEarlyBinding()
Dim olApp As Outlook.Application
Dim olNameSpace As Outlook.Namespace
Dim olAddresslist As AddressList
Dim olEntry As AddressEntry
Dim i As Long
Set olApp = New Outlook.Application
Set olNameSpace = olApp.GetNamespace("Mapi”)
Set olAddresslist = olNameSpace.AddressLists("Contacts”)
For Each olEntry In olAddresslist.AddressEntries
i=i+1
Cells(i, 1).Value = olEntry.Name
Next
olApp.Quit
Set olApp = Nothing
End Sub
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