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Hello,

I need to create a toolbar button so that when clicked it goes to a specific public folder in the Choose forms dialog box. Is that possible using VBA? I know there's a way to add the toolbar button to go to the Choose forms dialog box, but I would like to make that button go directly to a list of forms in the published folder they're in. Is there a way to do this?

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Sorry, that's not possible at all. None of the Outlook dialogs that have choices or sub-choices can be accessed, nor can any specific tab in any of the property pages (like in Tools, Options).

Those things just aren't exposed to the developer.

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Okay. Good to know so I don't have to look into that any further.

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