BusinessCardView.LockUserChanges Property (Outlook)
Returns or sets a Boolean value that indicates whether a user can modify the settings of the current view. Read/write.
The following Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) example locks the user interface for all views that are available to all users. The subroutine LockView accepts the View object and a Boolean value that indicates if the View user interface will be locked. In this example the procedure is always called with the Boolean value set to True.
Sub LockPublicViews() Dim objName As NameSpace Dim objViews As Views Dim objView As View ' Get the Views collection for the Contacts default folder. Set objName = Application.GetNamespace("MAPI") Set objViews = objName.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderContacts).Views ' Enumerate the Views collection and lock the user ' interface for any view that can be accessed by ' all users who have access to the Notes default folder. For Each objView In objViews If objView.SaveOption = olViewSaveOptionThisFolderEveryone Then Call LockView(objView, True) End If Next objView End Sub Sub LockView(ByRef objView As View, ByVal blnAns As Boolean) ' Examine the view object. With objView If blnAns = True Then ' Lock the user interface and ' save the view .LockUserChanges = True .Save Else ' Unlock the user interface of the view. .LockUserChanges = False End If End With End Sub