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    C# Outlook 2010 Form Regions controls

    Hi all,
    Currently I am having trouble accessing the Visible property of Olk controls instance on the Form Region. Why is it that for these controls, I can just do MyControl.Property = value but not in case of Visible property, which is not available for Olk controls.
    Why is this property not available to user and is there any purpose being served doing such a thing?
    Also, is there a easy way I can do this?
    Thanks,
    Bhushan.

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    Re: C# Outlook 2010 Form Regions controls

    Probably not exposed to the class. You can't access those members
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    Re: C# Outlook 2010 Form Regions controls

    @dglienna...BTW why leave out only Visible property while not others?

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    Re: C# Outlook 2010 Form Regions controls

    They are PRIVATE members of the class, so you can't see them. They'd have to expose them to a different value that IS public for you to see (or change) it
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