Frame.MousePointer Property (Outlook Forms Script)
Returns or sets an Integer that specifies the type of pointer displayed when the user positions the mouse over a particular object. Read/write.
expression A variable that represents a Frame object.
The settings for MousePointer are:
|0||Standard pointer. The image is determined by the object (default).|
|6||Double arrow pointing northeast and southwest.|
|7||Double arrow pointing north and south.|
|8||Double arrow pointing northwest and southeast.|
|9||Double arrow pointing west and east.|
|12||"Not" symbol (circle with a diagonal line) on top of the object being dragged. Indicates an invalid drop target.|
|13||Arrow with an hourglass.|
|14||Arrow with a question mark.|
|15||Size all cursor (arrows pointing north, south, east, and west).|
|99||Uses the icon specified by the MouseIcon property.|
Use the MousePointer property when you want to indicate changes in functionality as the mouse pointer passes over controls on a form. For example, the hourglass setting (11) is useful to indicate that the user must wait for a process or operation to finish.
Some icons vary depending on system settings, such as the icons associated with desktop themes.
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