It has taken me a long time to work out how to ‘improve’ and personalise Outlook Forms. Now that I have, I can only assume that I was only trying half heartedly before because, like many things, it’s pretty easy once you know how. These are two that I’ve created. Use them ‘as is’ or adapt them to suit your own requirements. (I’m quite happy to answer ‘short’ questions if you need to ask, but I’m not going to get into a long ‘how to’. Other people on the net have done that – you just need to look!)
It’s pretty specialised, to be honest, so you’ll probably only want to use it if you “understand” why the boxes are there and what they’ll do. Also, if you have a partial understanding of how to design Outlook forms already, or want to learn, you can use it as a ‘base’ from which to re-engineer exactly what you want.
Save them as ‘Personal Form’s – that way if you decide you don’t like them after all, it’s easy to revert back to the standard Outlook Forms.