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Outlook Form Tab Hiding

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I am creating an "Outlook form" and cannot figure out how to hide the message tab. In design view the message tab appears along with p.1, p.2, p.3, p.4, p.5, p.6, (all fields), (Properties), and (Actions). I'm using the P.2 which I renamed to COA. Everything (no fields)is off the message tab. When I publish the form all the tabs are hidden except my COA tab and the message tab. How do I hide that message tab?
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Go to the tab you want to hide. From the Form menu toggle on and off 'Display this page'.


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On the above, you need to be in design mode.
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by:raewisconsin
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I found it shortly after I submitted the question. Thanks for your input.
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