|Outlook Developer Reference|
Version Added: Outlook 2007
Use the NavigationPane property of the Explorer object to retrieve a NavigationPane object, if one exists for the explorer.
|Some Explorer objects may not have a Navigation Pane.|
Use the Modules property to return a NavigationModules object that represents the collection of navigation modules contained by the Navigation Pane. Use the DisplayedModuleCount to return the count of NavigationModule objects currently displayed in the Navigation Pane and the CurrentModule property to return or set the currently selected NavigationModule object.
Use the ModuleSwitch event to detect when the selected NavigationModule object changes in the Navigation Pane.
- Outlook Object Model Reference
- NavigationPane Object Members
- How to: Add a Custom Folder to a Group and Display it in Overlay Mode by Default
- How to: Add a Folder to the Favorite Folders Group
- How to: Display Specific Modules in the Navigation Pane
- How to: Enumerate, Show, Hide, and Position Modules in the Navigation Pane
- How to: Show or Hide the Navigation Pane