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    Outlook 2002 Form (Outlook 2002)

    I currently use an Outlook form, which displays an extra tab if you are a member of a security group. It was written in vb code. I upgraded my office with service pack 3 and now the extra tab does not display.

    I tried installing and uninstalling the form from my outlook, but it still regenerates incorrectly. Hopefully someone can give me some ideas to try..

    Thanks..Susan

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    Re: Outlook 2002 Form (Outlook 2002)

    Have you checked what happens if you temporarily set macro security to Low?

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    Re: Outlook 2002 Form (Outlook 2002)

    I set all security to low, except for restricted site, and the extra tab still does not display...Susan

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    Re: Outlook 2002 Form (Outlook 2002)

    I know nothing about Outlook forms, but from the following links, it seems that security has been tightened considerably in SP-3:
    Description of the developer-related security changes in Outlook 2002 Service Pack 3 (SP3)
    Microsoft Outlook Forms Security Issues for Developers
    I hope someone else can help you further.

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    Re: Outlook 2002 Form (Outlook 2002)

    Hi Hans: Do you know if there is a way to roll-back sp3?...Susan

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    Re: Outlook 2002 Form (Outlook 2002)

    SP-3 cannot be uninstalled; the only way to get rid of it is to uninstall Office XP completely, then reinstall it without SP-3. But I would *not* recommend doing that. Better wait and see if someone else comes up with a suggestion. I'm sure there must be a solution, but I am not an Outlook forms expert.
    Moreover, Microsoft is going to force all corporate customers to have the latest version installed because of a conflict over some code in older versions - see the thread starting at <post:=553,303>post 553,303</post:>.

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