Create an appointment in outlook using vb 6

 
This article demonstrates how to create an appointment in outlook programmatically using visual basic 6.0 through Microsoft Outlook’s object-model.

This example requires a button control in Standard EXE project in visual basic 6.0, you need an early-bound reference to a Microsoft Outlook type library. Double-click the button, and then add the following code:

Dim oApp As Outlook.Application
Set oApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
 
Dim oNs As Outlook.NameSpace
Set oNs = olApp.GetNamespace("MAPI")
oNs.Logon
Dim oAppt As Outlook.AppointmentItem
Set oAppt = oApp.CreateItem(olAppointmentItem)
 oAppt.Start = "12/2/2011 2:20:00 PM"
With oAppt
      .Duration = 60
      .Subject = "meeting with Client"
      .Body = "About Project..."
      .Location = "Our New York Office"
      .ReminderSet = True
End With
oAppt.Save
Set oNs = Nothing
Set oAppt = Nothing
Set oApp = Nothing

Draw Grid on the windows form using vb.net

 
You can draw a grid of one-pixel dots with the specified spacing, within the specified bounds, on the specified graphics surface, and in the specified color with the help of ControlPaint.DrawGrid Method using vb.net

You can use ControlPaint.DrawGrid Method like as :

Public Shared Sub DrawGrid ( grp As Graphics,area As Rectangle, _
pixelsBetweenDots As Size, backColor As Color )

Example

Following example draw a grid on windows form:

Private Sub Form1_Paint(ByVal sender As System.Object, _
                            ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.PaintEventArgs) _
                            Handles MyBase.Paint
        ControlPaint.DrawGrid(e.Graphics, New Rectangle(50, 200, 250, 100), New Size(5, 5), Color.Red)
End Sub

Print word document programmatically in .net

 
We can use can use the PrintOut method to print a Microsoft Office Word document, following example code shows how to print whole word document in vb.net and c# languages:

Code Sample :

[vb.net]

    Private Sub PrintWordDocument()
        Dim objWord As Word.Application
        Dim objDoc As Word.Document
        objWord = CreateObject("Word.Application")
        objDoc = objWord.Documents.Open("D:\Test.docx")
        objDoc.PrintOut()
        objDoc.Close()
        objDoc = Nothing
        objWord.Quit()
    End Sub

[c#]

 private void PrintWordDocument()
        {
            object objMissing = System.Reflection.Missing.Value;
            Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application objWord;
            Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Document objDoc;
            objWord = new Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application();
            object fileName = @"D:\Test.docx";
            objDoc=objWord.Documents.Open(ref fileName,
                ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing,
                ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing,
                ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing);
 
            object copies = "1";
            object pages = "";
            object range = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.WdPrintOutRange.wdPrintAllDocument;
            object items = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.WdPrintOutItem.wdPrintDocumentContent;
            object pageType = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.WdPrintOutPages.wdPrintAllPages;
            object objTrue = true;
            object objFalse = false;
 
            objDoc.PrintOut(
                ref objTrue, ref objFalse, ref range, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing,
                ref items, ref copies, ref pages, ref pageType, ref objFalse, ref objTrue,
                ref objMissing, ref objFalse, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing);
        }

How to print current page of active word document in .net

 
We can use can use the PrintOut method to print a Microsoft Office Word document, following example code shows how to print one copy of the current page of the word document in vb.net and c# languages:

Code Sample :

[vb.net]

Private Sub PrintCurrentpageInWordDocument()
        Dim objWord As Word.Application
        Dim objDoc As Word.Document
        objWord = CreateObject("Word.Application")
        objDoc = objWord.Documents.Open("D:\Test.docx")
        objDoc.PrintOut(Background:=True, Append:=False, _
                        Range:=Word.WdPrintOutRange.wdPrintCurrentPage, _
                       Item:=Word.WdPrintOutItem.wdPrintDocumentContent, _
                       Copies:="1", Pages:="1", PageType:=Word.WdPrintOutPages.wdPrintAllPages, _
                       PrintToFile:=False, Collate:=True, ManualDuplexPrint:=False)
        objDoc.Close()
        objDoc = Nothing
        objWord.Quit()
 End Sub

[c#]

 private void PrintCurrentpageInWordDocument()
        {
            object objMissing = System.Reflection.Missing.Value;
            Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application objWord;
            Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Document objDoc;
            objWord = new Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application();
            object fileName = @"D:\Test.docx";
            objDoc=objWord.Documents.Open(ref fileName,
                ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing,
                ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing,
                ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing);
 
            object copies = "1";
            object pages = "1";
            object range = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.WdPrintOutRange.wdPrintCurrentPage;
            object items = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.WdPrintOutItem.wdPrintDocumentContent;
            object pageType = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.WdPrintOutPages.wdPrintAllPages;
            object objTrue = true;
            object objFalse = false;
 
            objDoc.PrintOut(
                ref objTrue, ref objFalse, ref range, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing,
                ref items, ref copies, ref pages, ref pageType, ref objFalse, ref objTrue,
                ref objMissing, ref objFalse, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing);
        }

Example to create an e-mail message in Outlook.

 
This example shows how to create an e-mail message in Outlook.

Private Sub CreateMailItem()
      Dim objItem As Outlook.MailItem = _
            Me.CreateItem(Outlook.OlItemType.olMailItem)
      objItem.Subject = "Hello Author"
      objItem.To = "[email protected]"
      objItem.Body = "Hello Author, i want to contact you"
      objItem.Importance = Outlook.OlImportance.olImportanceLow
      objItem.Display(False)
End Sub

How to open existing word document through c#

This example shows how to open an existing word document in c# programming language.
Add reference of ‘Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word’ in your project.
This code example requires a document named Test.docx must exist in a D: drive.

        private void OpenWordDocument()
        {
            object objMissing = System.Reflection.Missing.Value;
            Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word._Application objWord;
            Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word._Document objDoc;
            objWord = new Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application();
            object fileName = @"D:\Test.docx";
            objDoc=objWord.Documents.Open(ref fileName,
                ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing,
                ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing,
                ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing, ref objMissing);           
        }