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Hi,

I made a custom form and saved it on my desktop. Now I want to publish that form in my personal folder first for testing and then publish it into public folder.
I have never done much work on outlook so please give me more directive steps.
I made the form using the pull and drag functions.
So if you could help I'll highly appreciate  it.

Thanks
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