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    Outlook Forms

    I am desparately trying to create a form which I can send (only) to other departments for information only. No reply required. I thought I had it all figured out pretty well, until I tried sending myself the message...came through as blank.

    I would appreciate any help. I have attached my .oft file.

    Thanks much
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    Re: Outlook Forms

    In the Form Designer, uncheck "Separate Read layout" from the Form menu. You may also want to mark the fields on the form as read only. On the Actions tab, you can disable the ability to Reply and Forward.

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    Re: Outlook Forms

    Patrick:

    Worked perfectly. Thanks for your knowledge.

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    Re: Outlook Forms

    I have just one more question...I have two radio buttons on this form. They work just find when I am filling in the fields...When the form is received neither radio button shows that it was selected.

    Is there something I should be doing in properties or something to make this happen. I have tried several things and it still receives with NO radio button selected.

    HELP please...

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    Re: Outlook Forms

    This is how I like to do it.

    Set the following Properties:
    YES Option Button
    -Create New Field
    -Type = Text
    -Format = Text
    -Property to use = Value
    -Value = Yes
    -Set initial Value = "Yes"

    NO Option Button
    -It will automatically use the same field as the Yes Option Button
    -Type = Text
    -Format = Text
    -Property to use = Value
    -Value = No
    -Set initial Value = "Yes"

    If you want the No button to be the default selected when the form is opened, set the initial value on both to be "No".

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