Using the Script Editor
The Microsoft Script Editor allows you to add Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) procedures that respond to events generated by items or form controls.
To run in developer mode
If you can see the Developer tab, you are running in developer mode. Otherwise, see Run in Developer Mode in Outlook to run in developer mode.
To open the Script Editor
Open an item of the type to which you want to add code.
On the Developer tab, in the Form group, click Design This Form.
In the Form group, click View Code.
The Script Editor makes it easy to insert the template for an item event handler. To insert a blank item event handler
On the Script menu, click Event Handler.
Select the event you want to respond to, and then click Add.
The Script Editor can move the insertion point to a specific line of code. This makes it easy to debug the script when Microsoft Outlook reports an error at a specific location. To move to a specific line
On the Edit menu, click Go To.
In the Line Number box, type in the number of the line of code to which you want to go. Click OK.
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