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Old 11-20-2014, 10:15 AM
nanders8 nanders8 is offline Help creating a custom form Windows 7 64bit Help creating a custom form Office 2010 32bit
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I am trying to create a callback form within outlook. The purpose of this form is to have it save the callback to my calendar on the date and time specified.

I have the form created but having a problem with assigning the date and time fields. I have attached a screen shot of the form that I have created and below is more information on what is going on.

I want to be able to have the Callback Date and Callback time be the date and time that show up on the calendar. Right now when I enter something in, it just puts it as 8:00am for the date I am creating the callback not the date the callback is for. I have messed around with the appointment fields but whenever I change the time the date changes to the current date.

Please help, I want the date and time to mimic what is on the appointment with a start date and time, and if possible a field chooser option.

The date and time that I enter is not appearing on the calendar for that date and time.
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