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FIGURE 27.3
After associating a new field with a control, the Value tab displays the field details.
Using Read and Compose Modes
For certain types of forms, the person who composes the form (when using it, not designing it) has
different needs from the person who receives and reads the form. Email messages are a perfect
example.
n The person who composes the message needs to have To and CC fields that can be
edited.
n The person who receives the message needs to have To and CC fields, but they need not
be editable. The reader also needs a From field and a Sent field.
To handle situations such as this, Outlook forms — at least some of them — can have two display
modes: Read and Compose. This is illustrated in Figures 27.4 and 27.5, which show a message
form in the Forms Designer in Compose and in Read modes, respectively.
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