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how do i add a custome form to outlook?

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I made a form cald "report computer problem" and wont to add it to a "task" folder in public folders, i clicked properties on the folder, then instead of "IPM.TASK" I AM CHOOSING "FORMS". but i can't see there my custom form.

my question is where should i put my custom form so i will be able to choose it? in"local settings>outlook"?

my form is in "oft" format.
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Greetings:

Did you publish the custom form to the specific folder?  There is a browse function so you can publish it to a specific folder.  You have to have owner rights or publishing rights to publish a form.
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