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müsste in ms-outlook 2002 (XP) unter win2k den menüpunkt "datei/datendateiverwaltung..." anwählen bzw. den dialog "outlook-datendateien" aufrufen, um dort dateien hinzuzufügen.



funktioniert das nur bedingt, da auch "Datei/Achivieren..." den gleichen shortcut hat und somit nicht immer der gewünschte dialog aufgeht, manchmal wird auch der druckdialog angezeigt.


WinMenuSelectItem("Inbox - Microsoft Outlook","","&Datei","Datendatei&verwaltung...")

geht gar nix

vielleicht hat schon jemand ähnliches geschafft?!


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WinMenuSelectItem will only work on standard menus. Unfortunately, many menus in use today are actually custom written or toolbars "pretending" to be menus. This is true for most Microsoft applications.

Try this:

WinActivate("Posteingang - Microsoft Outlook")



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nur zur info. Es gibt auch ein sehr gutes deutsches Forum.


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