This documentation is archived and is not being maintained.

AppointmentItem.End Property

Office 2007
Returns or sets a Date indicating the end date and time of an AppointmentItem. Read/write.

Syntax

expression.End

expression   A variable that represents an AppointmentItem object.

Example

This Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) example uses CreateItem to create an AppointmentItem object. The RecurrencePattern is obtained for this item using the AppointmentItem.GetRecurrencePattern method. By setting the RecurrencePattern properties, RecurrenceType, PatternStartDate, and PatternEndDate, the appointments are now a recurring series that occur on a daily basis for the period of one year.

An Exception object is created when one instance of this recurring appointment is obtained using the GetOccurrence method and properties for this instance are altered. This exception to the series of appointments is obtained using the GetRecurrencePattern method to access the Exceptions collection associated with this series. Message boxes display the original AppointmentItem.Subject and Exception.OriginalDate for this exception to the series of appointments and the current date, time, and subject for this exception.

Visual Basic for Applications
Public Sub cmdExample()
    Dim myApptItem As Outlook.AppointmentItem
    Dim myRecurrPatt As Outlook.RecurrencePattern
    Dim myNamespace As Outlook.NameSpace
    Dim myFolder As Outlook.Folder
    Dim myItems As Outlook.Items
    Dim myDate As Date
    Dim myOddApptItem As Outlook.AppointmentItem
    Dim saveSubject As String
    Dim newDate As Date
    Dim myException As Outlook.Exception

    Set myApptItem = Application.CreateItem(olAppointmentItem)
    myApptItem.Start = #2/2/2003 3:00:00 PM#
    myApptItem.End = #2/2/2003 4:00:00 PM#
    myApptItem.Subject = "Meet with Boss"
    
    'Get the recurrence pattern for this appointment
    'and set it so that this is a daily appointment
    'that begins on 2/2/03 and ends on 2/2/04
    'and save it.
    Set myRecurrPatt = myApptItem.GetRecurrencePattern
    myRecurrPatt.RecurrenceType = olRecursDaily
    myRecurrPatt.PatternStartDate = #2/2/2003#
    myRecurrPatt.PatternEndDate = #2/2/2004#
    myApptItem.Save
    
    'Access the items in the Calendar folder to locate
    'the master AppointmentItem for the new series.
    Set myNamespace = Application.GetNamespace("MAPI")
    Set myFolder = myNamespace.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderCalendar)
    Set myItems = myFolder.Items
    Set myApptItem = myItems("Meet with Boss")
    
    'Get the recurrence pattern for this appointment
    'and obtain the occurrence for 3/12/03.
    myDate = #3/12/2003 3:00:00 PM#
    Set myRecurrPatt = myApptItem.GetRecurrencePattern
    Set myOddApptItem = myRecurrPatt.GetOccurrence(myDate)
     
    'Save the existing subject. Change the subject and
    'starting time for this particular appointment
    'and save it.
    saveSubject = myOddApptItem.Subject
    myOddApptItem.Subject = "Meet NEW Boss"
    newDate = #3/12/2003 3:30:00 PM#
    myOddApptItem.Start = newDate
    myOddApptItem.Save
    
    'Get the recurrence pattern for the master
    'AppointmentItem. Access the collection of
    'exceptions to the regular appointments.
    Set myRecurrPatt = myApptItem.GetRecurrencePattern
    Set myException = myRecurrPatt.Exceptions.item(1)
   
    'Display the original date, time, and subject
    'for this exception.
    MsgBox myException.OriginalDate & ": " & saveSubject

    'Display the current date, time, and subject
    'for this exception.
    MsgBox myException.AppointmentItem.Start & ": " & _
    myException.AppointmentItem.Subject
End Sub



Show: