I'm not sure what happened but I must have deleted them somehow. Can I recreate the Actions or is it best to start a new form and copy all the fields across?
I'll wait and see what happens regarding the 'Reply' issue when the form is published to the Organizational Forms Library. Cheers Diane.
Hi Diane, thanks once again for the information. I've been reading through some of the forum posts to get a better understanding of custom forms in general.
Would you happen to know why there are no Actions defined/listed on my form's Actions page, even though the form seems to work okay...
I'm just waiting for our network administrator to publish my form to the Organizational Forms Library. Out of interest, is this something he will do from my machine, i.e. logon as an administrator and publish or do I need to send him an .oft or .msg file?
In the meantime I've been testing the...
Thanks for that Diane. Also, as my 'Compose' and 'Read' pages are the same I'm assuming I don't need 'Separate Read Layout'?
If I may ask, is it possible to launch a custom form externally from Outlook itself. The plan now is to get our network administrator to publish the form to the exchange...
Thanks Diane for the information, it's good to know.
I have noticed that my custom form's ribbon has replaced the standard tab title 'Message' with the name I gave my form which is 'Express Mail Request'. The tab is identical to the standard 'Message' tab except my ribbon 'Express Mail Request'...
Good afternoon Diane,
Thank you very much for responding. In the end I found some code and modified it a bit.
Set objInsp = Item.GetInspector
Set objPage = objInsp.ModifiedFormPages("Message")
Set ck = objPage.Controls("CheckBox1")
If ck.Value = False Then
I have a checkbox on my custom outlook form which needs to be checked by the user before it is sent. For some reason the "A value is required for this field" is greyed out. Could somebody please help me with a formula or solution that would force the user to check the box and not leave it...