Did you know you can access templates and custom forms a variety of ways?
Almost everyone knows about Tools, Forms, Choose Form and browsing for a form or template. When you're choosing a template, it's almost as fast to use Windows Explorer and browse for templates.
Forms published to a folder will be listed on the Actions menu in that folder. For example, publish a custom task form and when you are in the Tasks folder, you can select the form from the Actions menu.
Templates can be copied from the Windows file system to a folder in Outlook. Or drag the template to the Outlook bar. Double click the template and a new item opens, just like it does from the file system. (In Outlook 2003, drag it to the Shortcut section of the Navigation Pane.)
You can create a toolbar button and hyperlink to the template. Select Tools, Customize and drag a button to a toolbar. Right click on the new button and choose hyperlink from the bottom of the menu. Type the path or browse for the template, change the button name and image and you're done. (Outlook 2002/2003 only)Tip 3: Calendar Views
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