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How to add a seventh (or more) page/tab to custom contact form in outlook 2000

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Our marketing manager uses outlook to manage his contacts / sales leads. he has used all 6 of the tabs that outlook provides for customization. Is there a way to add a 7th page? or an 8th page for that matter? or is that a limitation of outlooks database?

Thank you!

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It is an Outlook limitation but you can use the multi-page object from the Toolbox

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