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    Outlook 2003 Forms (Outlook 2000/2003)

    If I create a CONTACT form in Outlook 2003 that basically mirrors the CONTACT form I'm so used to (the 2000 version), how do I transfer all of my current (2000 version) CONTACTS into the new form ?
    Unless - and last time I checked there wasn't one - there is an easier way (i.e., macro etc.)

    Thanks in advance for your time.
    OBTW: Its not that we don't like the 2003 format/size, it's just that we've developed a number of reports based upon the 2000 format/size.

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    Re: Outlook 2003 Forms (Outlook 2000/2003)

    I don't know the best way to tell Outlook to use a new form for an existing item. In the past I experimented with changing the default form for a folder, but I found that certain basic functionality went away (in the case of the Inbox for mail, messages such as "you replied on..." or "treat as confidential" no longer displayed). So I didn't think much about it after that.

    A good site to explore for Outlook solutions while you wait for comments is

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