Outlook Custom Form

Luke Telford

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Outlook version
Outlook 2010 32 bit
Email Account
Exchange Server
I have created an Outlook Custom form using Outlook 2010 and I am trying to add a COMMAND BUTTON on the bottom of the form so that the recipient can click that button and it will send me an email confirming the corrections called out in the form.

I am very close and have tried several things but I keep getting errors. I am not sure if this is a macro issue or if I can just code the button to do it. Problem with coding the button is this. How do I insert that button into the form?

You guys seem so good at this and I appreciate the help!!

Thanks
 

Luke Telford

New Member
Outlook version
Outlook 2010 32 bit
Email Account
Exchange Server
Well I am looking for the code to put in there actually. I used the routingslip and that did not work.

I used this code that you had on another thread and when I send out the form via email it all shows up fine, but when I click the command button, nothing happens.

Activedocument.HasRoutingSlip = True
With Activedocument.RoutingSlip
.Subject = "ESD Audit Corrections"
.AddRecipient "luke.telford@alliancels.com"
.AddRecipient "scott.jackson@alliancels.com"
.Delivery = wdAllAtOnce
End With
Activedocument.Route
 

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