Several questions on outlook form

Hi, I have several questions.
1. How can I draw a line on the form. I couldn't find the line tool on toolbox?
2. Is there a possible to make a label vertically?
3. How can I make change to tab's font and size(for thoes like p.2, p.3 on the custom form ,it only can rename)?
4. Is there any other site's forum for Outlook?

Thanks for any help.
Amy998Asked:
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SMosherCommented:
1. Add an Image control from the control toolbox, make it only a couple of pixels high and change the background and border colors as you like.

2. You can resize a label so that it's taller than it is wide, but you can't rotate the text.

3. I think that might be controlled by the Windows system font settings.

4. The developers section of my site has tons of information (http://www.slipstick.com/dev/index.htm), and there are several Outlook programming newsgroups -- starting with microsoft.public.outlook.program_forms.
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