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Forms, Fields, Messagebody and Public Folders

Hi, I am quite new to Forms in Outlook but we here have the following wish and I am the one who has to look into it.
A form in a public folder must be sent to one e-mail address. The receiver is a simple mailclient and must receive the information of the serveral fields all together in the messagebody.

The form is intended to be used as a software ordering form. The fields will be: "Name Softwarepackage", "Amount", "Employee number".
The e-mail is used in a Servicedesk application (Magic from NAI). The application will use the messagebody as the servicedesk call information. Therefor the messagebody should look like this:
Name software package: MS Office
Amount: 2
Employee Number: 690124123-456

How can I get these fields into the messagebody?
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This code will take the values from your custom fields and put them into the messagebody after the user presses the SEND button (but before it actually gets sent).

In the Form designer, open the vbscript window (Forms/ViewCode). Paste in the following code.  You need to update "MyField1" to whatever you called the first field, etc.

Function Item_Send()
set objProperty = Item.UserProperties.Find("MyField1")
If TypeName(objProperty) <> "Nothing" Then
      Item.Body = Item.Body & "Name software package: " & objProperty.Value
End If
'do it again for each of the others...
End Function

fbictAuthor Commented:
It works....thank you
I only changed the sequence in the Item.Body so that the signature comes at the end.
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