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Resize Attachment Field for Outlook Form

Posted on 2011-03-02
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We have Outlook 2003.  I have created a Message form in the Standard Forms Library.

I don't have the Message tab displayed as I am using another tab for my form (e.g. P.2), however, the message control  is present.  My issue is when users attach mulitple files to the form, the recipient has to scroll through the box to see the files.  

I'd like to be able to expand or enlarge the attachment box so my user doesn't have to scroll.

Is this possible and how can I achieve it?
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Hendrik Wiese earned 500 total points
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As far as I know this is not possible. Have tried to find some articles with regards to this but there is nothing. So I am afraid that your users will have to scroll.
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