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Chapter 20. Customizing Outlook Forms > Introducing Custom Forms

Introducing Custom Forms

Outlook custom forms are based on one of the standard Outlook forms (e-mails, tasks, and so on). You are already familiar with Outlook forms, even if you don't realize it. Every time you create a new e-mail, you are working with an e-mail form. Every other Outlook item you open such as a task, contact, appointment, or Journal entry is shown as an Outlook form.

Every Outlook form has a name that describes what the form is used for. For example, an e-mail form is named IPM.Note. The first part of a form name is IPM, which stands for InterPersonal Message. All Outlook forms you will work with have names that start with IPM. The second part of the form name describes the type of form. Table 20.1 shows the names for the standard Outlook forms.


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