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Office 2007 Add-ins "forms"

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#1 drwmbt


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Posted 03 July 2012 - 05:00 PM

Hello our office uses .dot files as forms in office 2007.

After setting the user/workgroup templates to c:\users\public\forms (win7) an add-in bar appears with a "Forms" drop-down menu.
From there you can choose "Electronic Forms, Stationery, Blank Stationery" and below that some "Clean up Mac" style tools.

My question is that after clicking "Electronic forms" For our list of typical forms, A Pop-up menu appears with our list of forms (letter head, memo, transmittal, etc...)

Where is this list being pulled from? When you browse to c:\users\public\forms there are 20+ files in that folder ending in .dot, but in the Electronic Form pop-up menu described above, only 6-8 forms are listed there. If we want to add, subtract, change the number of forms in that list how do we go about doing that?

Thanks in advance,

Edited by drwmbt, 03 July 2012 - 05:00 PM.

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