Outlook 2013 RICHED20.DLL bug: the font used in the first field on a custom form is tiny. The field properties look fine, the font size is set to a reasonable size, like 8 point, but the text is very small.
Share custom forms with all users within your Exchange 2013 organization, by publishing the forms to an Organizational Forms Library. I'll show you how to set it up.
Publish a template to another user's mailbox using a macro or a custom form.
How to use a userform and VBA to select from a list of templates when creating a new message to a contact.
When custom forms aren't working as expected, check to see if scripts are enabled in folders. I'll show you when to check.
How to create a custom form that has a preset start and end time by adding add a little VBScript then publish the form. You can then either set the form as your default appointment form or select it from the New Items menu.
While you can create a custom form that will apply to all new contacts, the business card image on existing contacts won't be updated. This is to preserve any business cards you may have already updated. If you really want to update the business card image on your contacts, you can use VBA to quickly make the change. We have code samples to change both the card image and the layout with BusinessCardLayoutXml.
Do you want most of your new appointments to use Free (or Tentative or Out of Office) as the default for the "Show as time" instead of Busy? Outlook doesn't have an option to set the "Show time as" default but you can create a custom appointment form with "Show time as" set to Free,
One often requested feature that is missing in older versions of Outlook is ability to insert a date and time stamp into the body of Outlook items. While Outlook doesn't offer it directly, you can use a custom form or an add-in to insert the date stamp. While this is not needed in Outlook 2007
It is possible to create a template and choose one of your accounts as the sending account. Begin by opening an Outlook form. If you use Word as your editor, you'll need to open an Outlook form using Actions, New Mail Using, Microsoft Office Outlook (HTML) or disable Word as the editor in Tools, Options,