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I've created a custom task form for use in Outlook and it is installed in the Personal Forms Library. I want a user to be able to get to this form quickly. To use it right now they have to go NEW | CHOOSE FORM, select the Personal Forms Library from the drop-down and then double-click the form.

Can anyone suggest a faster, ideally one-clcik, way to do this?
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war1 earned 1500 total points
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Greetings, richardbarlow !

Here are some methods to lauch custom form via shortcut or action menu.
http://www.outlookcode.com/d/launchform.htm



Best wishes!
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richardbartow,

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Thanks, war1
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This put me in the right direction. I launched the form from a custom button hyperlinked to the oft file
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