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Printing custom outlook forms

Posted on 2006-07-14
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We use a custom made outlook form to send formatted info to various people depending on what info is contained in the form when it is filled out.  When a user recieves an email from this form, it looks like the form itself with the info filled in.  However, when the user goes to print the email, it prints out a list of the field name and the info contained in the field, all in alphabitical order by the field name.  

Is there a way to format how the info contained in the form is printed out?  One person told me it couldn't be done, but I want a second opinion.
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Greetings, norwoodhelpdesk !

Here are various ways to print custom Outlook forms:
http://www.outlookcode.com/d/customprint.htm

Best wishes!
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nonwoodheldesk,

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Thanks, war1
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Is there a way to do it without pushing the field info to Word or Excel?
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monwoodheldesk, I do not know of away without using MS Word or Excel.
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norwoodhelpdesk, I answered all your questions. "No" is sometimes an acceptable answer.  Why the C grade?  See the Grading Guidelines:
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