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Installing a custom form from a public folder

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I am trying to create an outlook form that would allow users to input information and then email that information to a group. I have created a custom form in Outlook 2003, saved it and published it to a public folder. When I go to the public folder to open the form it is not available. I then right click on the folder and click properties and the form tab, and it is listed. I gathered from postings here, that I need to install the form. When I click manage, and install, it wants a .cfg file. I do not have a .cfg file that I know of for this form. Am I missing something here, or is there a better way to accomplish this?
 
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If you want to use the form, click Actions.  The form should be listed at the bottom of that menu.  
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