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Create Full Name Button in a custom contact

Posted on 2000-03-03
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I'm creating a cutom contact and I'd like a create a field like the "Full Name..." or field, with a button associated. Is there some standard field to do that?, How can I do that?
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This field you are talking about has "Recepient" type.
I'm not sure about Outlook 2000 but in Outlook 98 one can't create a custom recepient field. Instead of creating of a new field use one of the standard fields from other items types. For example: E-mail-1, 2, 3 or CC, BCC from mail item. I mean simply open Field choser and drag one of those fields into your form.
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The answer is good for the email items, but I'd like do the same with the "Full Name" field of a "Contact" item. Probably my answer wasn't so clear.
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