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Using Forms in Public Folders - 15.Jan.2003 11:10:00 PM   


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Here's what I'm doing:

I have a Public Folder called: Contacts. In it, are company contacts.

I have just re-designed the Contact form, set the appropriate permissions and NOW I would like the contacts that are previously entered to show the new and updated form. Is this possible? The only thing I did was add another TAB, and put in some VB code for something I am testing @ the company.

Any ideas? Suggestions?

Thanks a million!
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RE: Using Forms in Public Folders - 20.Dec.2004 9:20:00 PM   


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As long as you publish the form in outlook to that location and in the properties of the public folder (from outlook) set it to be the default form or set it to be the only form available.That will force any existing entries ot use the new form.
if problems try clearing your forms cache in outlook.
tools - options - advanced options - custom forms - manage forms - clear cache.
Also ensure you are the owner of the folder before trying any of this.

(in reply to n30)
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