Re: Timer Event in Outlook Custom Form



Sort of but not really. With form code VBScript you cannot call any Win32 API calls, so using a system timer is out. Most ActiveX controls such as any timers you might have from something like VB6 probably won't work too well in a form and won't fire a timer elapsed event for you. About the best would be to loop and check the system time (Now) and compare the current and start values to derive the interval.

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Ken Slovak
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"Bilal" <bilal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:A13DF3EE-0F9F-46CA-BA65-EE8B18CD5A64@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Is it possible to implement a timer event to execute a function after given
interval.


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