The new release contained significant additions to the functionality found in the original 1.0 release, and introduced some breaking changes as well.
In a previous post, we took a high-level look at how Identity 2.0 works by digging in to the Identity Samples application (which was, and still is, in beta, so things may continue to change).
If you ask me, I prefer Late Binding (where you don't create references and use Create Object to create an instance) An interesting read.
Topic: Using early binding and late binding in Automation Link: My Suggestion Don't give up Early Binding if you like it because of intellisense.
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If you ask me, I find it strange that the Workbook is a tablestyles' parent, whereas built-in table styles behave as if being bound to the Application object. Here is a couple of examples on how to achieve that. Select ' Select just the data of the entire table .
But even more important, is there a way to avoid this situation?
The only thing I can think of is to not set references, and just use variables of type Object and instantiate via Create Object("Outlook.
Use Windows Service instead of a standard application when you have to monitor or administer something in the background.
The only disadvantage is the installation procedure, but I bet there are more positive aspects then negative when selecting Windows Service over applications running Windows Scheduler.