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Creating Outlook-Addins with Delphi – Part 2 (Option Pages)

Posted by tier777 on 2009-06-04

Creating Outlook-addins with Delphi - Part 2

So, here’s the second example on creating Outlook-Addins with Delphi which will likely not be included in my talk at the German Delphi-Tage due to time constraints.

In this one I show how to add an option page to your addin, which is typically used for letting the user configure your addin or for displaying version and contact information.

Again, raw and unedited (I’m probably talking too fast in this one). Recorded at 1024×768 in English, 9 minutes and 28 seconds.

Enjoy.

[Part 1]

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Creating Outlook-Addins with Delphi – Part 1

Posted by tier777 on 2009-06-04

Creating COM-Addins with Delphi - Part 1
I have now uploaded a screen video of the first example from my upcoming talk about creating COM-addins with Delphi at the German Delphi Tage event.

This is raw and unedited and I assume prior knowledge of some COM-basics and terminology like CoClasses, ProgIDs and type libraries and how to create and register COM-DLLs.

This was recorded at 1024×768 in English language (while the live talk will be in German) and is 7 minutes 29 seconds long.

Enjoy!

[Part 2] Option Pages

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