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Custom send button on outlook form

Posted on 2010-11-16
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See the image attached, I just want a standard send button which send the email to the people in To:, CC; and BCC.

how do I do this... what code do I need etc. screenshot
I am using outlook 2007 on win xp.
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Question by:Cheryl Lander
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by:David Lee
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Hi, SWHosting.

What happened to the existing send button?
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by:Cheryl Lander
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There was no send button on the template i had used.
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What template did you use?
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Mail message form.
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by:David Lee
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Then I'm a confused.  The standard mail form has a send button on it.  
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not sure.
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The standard message form has a send button already.  If your for does not have a Send button, then it must not be based on the standard message form.
StandardMsgForm.jpg
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Sorry windows got messed up.
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Sorry to be so slow to respond.  I don't understand your last comment.
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by:Cheryl Lander
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my standard message form does not have a send button on it once I make any edits to it.
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Can you save the form to a .oft file and upload it here so I can take a look?  If so, you'll need to change the extension from .oft to .txt before uploading (EE system doesn't allow files with the .oft extension).
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thanks. lead me in the right direction
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You're welcome.
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