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Default Split MRU Button (Outlook Command Bars)

Hi everyone,

I'm trying (so far unsuccessfully) to create a SplitMRUPopup type control on a Command Bar in an Outlook Add-in written in VB. Documentation is really crappy on the use of the different types of command bar controls. Basically, I can get a drop-down popup menu of buttons with:
  Set bar = m_ActiveExplorer.CommandBars.Add("TEST")
  Set pop = bar.Controls.Add _
  Set btn = pop.Controls.Add(Office.MsoControlType.msoControlB utton)

but as soon as I introduce the msoControlSplitButtonMRUPopup type in the Set pop... line, I get an Invalid procedure call error.

Any ideas, suggestions forthcoming will be greatly appreciated.


Pj Lightfoot
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Performance Solutions, Ltd.

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