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Editing a custom appointment form.

Posted on 2000-04-13
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I can't edit a custom form in a recurring appointment.  I have created custom appointment forms in Outlook 98.  The appointments have been edited to include custom data.  Once saved and/or sent to an attendee the custom tab does not appear for a subsequent edit.  What's up with that?
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You've possibly one-offed the form (see Outlook development text for info)

You could've only applied the custom to that instance of the meeting...
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