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PickerDialog.DataHandlerId Property (Office)

office 365 dev account|Last Updated: 6/12/2017
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Sets or gets the GUID of the Picker Dialog data handler component. Read/write

Syntax

expression. DataHandlerId

expression An expression that returns a PickerDialog object.

Remarks

You must specify DataHandlerID before invoking the Picker Dialog.

Example

The following code sets the Picker Dialog properties and then displays the Picker Dialog.

Dim objPickerDialog As PickerDialog 
Dim objPickerProperties As PickerProperties 
Dim objPickerProperty As PickerProperty 
Dim objPickerExistingResults As PickerResults 
Dim objPickerExistingResult As PickerResult 
Dim objPickerResults As PickerResults 

' Configure the Picker Dialog properties. 
Set objPickerDialog = Application.PickerDialog 
objPickerDialog.DataHandlerId = "{000CDF0A-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" 
objPickerDialog.Title = "Sample Picker Dialog" 
Set objPickerProperties = objPickerDialog.Properties 
Set objPickerProperty = objPickerProperties.Add("SiteUrl", "http://my", msoPickerFieldtypeText) 
Set objPickerExistingResults = objPickerDialog.CreatePickerResults 
Set objPickerExistingResult = objPickerExistingResults.Add("johndoe@contoso.com", "John Doe", "User") 

' Show the Picker Dialog and get the results. 
Set objPickerResults = objPickerDialog.Show(True, objPickerExistingResult) 

See also

Concepts

PickerDialog Object

Other resources

PickerDialog Object Members

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