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Using Fields on Forms

Now that you have your form in design mode and know how to manipulate the pages in your Outlook form, you're ready to start adding fields and controls to your form. A field is a distinct piece of information that Outlook interprets, such as the subject line of a message or the start date of an appointment. Each Outlook item type contains a set of fields. The message form contains fields for To, CC, BCC, Subject, Message Body, Flag Status, Importance, and Sensitivity. This is only a partial listing of the fields associated with a message. Many other fields are stored behind the scenes. You've worked with Outlook's fields in other ways if you've used the Advanced Find feature of Outlook or if you've ever filtered a view.

Outlook groups fields into sets to make them easier to find and organize. Some predefined field sets include


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