In this article we've taken a detailed look at how to create an Outlook 2000 add-in component using Visual C++ and ATL. The possibilities for implementing our component are endless, and it can be used to perform all sorts of tasks.
Remember that we have complete access to the parent applications internal object model, meaning that we can take full control of the parent application and hook into all of its event calls. If you’d like to learn more about creating add-in components for other applications in the Office 2000 suite, or just about add-in's in general, the make sure you take a look at the links and books shown below.
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