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This forum is for the discussion of Microsoft Outlook. You may also discuss Email in general, or if you are using Outlook Express or Windows Mail, that's fine too.

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Richard Rost     
5/23/2020
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ColinM    
3/23/2015
Alex.  I appreciate your reply, however, I really don't understand how I would revise the VBA code.  Please explain.

Thanks.


Reply from Alex Hedley:

I'm away from a computer for a few days so would have to look at it when I'm back but it's an argument you can pass to explorer and the shell command. Read More...
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ColinM    
3/22/2015
Alex.  Got this to work! Yeh!  One issue with it.  The button opens a folder that has a number of Microsoft templates in it that open Word, etc, as well as the Outlook Templates I created. Is there a way to modify the VBA code so that it ONLY shows my Outlook Templates? Read More...
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ColinM    
3/21/2015
Hi Alex.  Thank you!  I followed you right up to the following:

"Click the Visual Basic Button
Add the following code:"

When I click the Visual Basic Button, I get a gray screen.  Where do I go from there? Read More...
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Alex Hedley    
3/20/2015
*Note I did this in 2010 but should work the same in 2013

File | Options
Customise Ribbon
Tick Developer, OK

Select the Developer Ribbon
Custom Forms section
Choose Form
Look in: User Templates in File System Read More...
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