Outlook 2000 will support VBA

One of the oddest things about Outlook, Microsoft's Personal Information Manager (PIM) and premier email client, is that it offered a weak VBScript alternative to the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programmability features used by other Microsoft Office applications. Microsoft announced on Monday that the next version of this product, Outlook 2000, will finally join the rest of Office in supporting VBA however, ushering in a unified programming environment for the entire suite

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