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Outlook VBA - how to copy the currently selected text into clipboard?

My question How can get the currently selected text in Microsoft Outlook 2007 in an open message window or in the currently selected message in the preview pane and copy it into the clipboard? ...
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How to avoid references in VBA (Early Binding vs. Late Binding)

I found a VBA macro that prints Outlook attachments automatically. A rule triggers the macro. But the macro needs a reference to Microsoft Scripting Runtime to work. I saved the code in ...
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How to not display any number next to outlook folder?

Is there any way to not display ANY number (either unread OR total) next to a folder in Outlook 2007? I'm not opposed to a VBA solution if needed. The options are radio buttons for some reason:
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How can I delete/remove a VB macro?

I have created a VB macro in Outlook 2007 and I no longer need it. I want to remove it from Outlook. How can I do this? To create a macro you just hit Alt+F11 and up pops the editor. You enter code ...
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How to add items on Outlook ribbon that are not “listed” commands?

I use custom tabs on the ribbon of all my MS Office 2010 applications. I would like to add some items that are not in the listed commands on the "Customize the Ribbon" dialog. For example, I'd like to ...
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Outlook 2007 VBA/Macro

I am a very amateur user new to macros and VBA. My problem is that I recive online orders to which I need to click an auto generated unique order hyperlink to confirm receipt of the order within a ...
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How do I write a macro in Outlook 2007 to move an item out of my Inbox to another folder and marke it as unread?

I would like to have a macro in Outlook 2007 to move selected items to sub-folders of my Inbox, marking them as unread as I go. This way I can assign buttons to move items quickly to my deal today and ...
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What would an Outlook 2007 macro to automate Paste Special - Unformatted Text look like?

I'd like to assign a macro in Outlook 2007 to a Toolbar button that would execute the equivalent of these clicks when there is formatted text in the Windows clipboard: Click the Paste icon by the ...