Explorer Object (Outlook)

Office 2013 and later

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Represents the window in which the contents of a folder are displayed.

  • Use the Item method of the Explorers object to return the object representing a specific explorer.

  • Use the ActiveExplorer method to return the object representing the currently active explorer (if there is one).

  • Use the GetExplorer method to return the Explorer object associated with a folder.

  • Use the Display method of a Folder object to display a folder in its associated explorer.