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    Outlook Forms (2003/sp2)

    I'm curious about Outlook Form design strategy.
    Why create a form, why not do everything in vba? Or is this the only why to create custom fields?
    Also all the advice I've seen starts with telling you to modify an existing form. This works fine if you start with the default message form. But I can't edit the default Calendar form. Any suggestions?
    TIA

    Oops, should have googled first. The Appointment form can't be edited as per MS. This kinda stinks.
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    Re: Outlook Forms (2003/sp2)

    Catherine,

    Here's a couple of links to pages by Sue Mosher - Customizing Microsoft Outlook Appointment Forms and Microsoft Outlook Forms. Each page has lots of other links. Perhaps they'll be of some help.

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