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Outlook VBA Macro to Open Custom Form saved in Personal Forms LibraryHelpful Member! 

afelissimo (Instructor) (OP)
21 Feb 12 16:23
I am trying to create a VBA Macro in Outlook to open a custom form I've created that is currently saved in the Personal Forms Library.  I am hoping to eventually move it to the Organizational Forms library on the Exchange Server (the system engineer does that for me).

I understand that there is a method CreateItem, but this seems to be used with only the standard Outlook items/forms.

I also saw a method called CreateItemFromTemplate, but I don't know the path to access items stored in the Personal Forms Library or the Organizational Forms Library.

Does anyone know the correct method to use for this or how to relay the path to either of these form libraries?

Please help!!!  Thanks!!!

Helpful Member!  MazeWorX (IS/IT--Management)
21 Feb 12 16:33
See here:

HTH << MaZeWorX >> "I have not failed I have only found ten thousand ways that don't work" <<Edison>>

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