We are attempting to make a customized contact form for our service department. We have created a few custom fields and can enter data in them fine. However, we would like some of those fields to autoformat the way some of the built in contact fields format.
For example, we wish to have a field called "Service Rep Contact Email," in order to be able to contact the primary service representative for that customer. If we use the standard "Email/Email 2/Email 3" fields built into Outlook, it automatically formats the entry like an email and turns it into a link that can be clicked on. If we create a new field that holds a Text value, we can type in the email address, but it will not format. The same thing goes for fields meant to hold custom phone numbers, etc.
We could just add the built in fields and then change the label on the form, and it would display fine on the screen - but printing seems to be linked to the Value of the field, not to the field's name or the label's properties. So when printed, what is displayed on the screen as "Service Rep Contact Email" would come out as "Email 2" which would likely just cause a large amount of confusion.
Thanks for your help!