Displaying Custom Forms

You can use the Customize Forms dialog box when you want to use one of your forms. However, if you plan to use a custom form frequently, you can add a button to a toolbar or assign a shortcut key to open it.

For Information about creating forms using Visual Basic for Applications, see "Creating UserForms" on page 926.

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To open a custom form from the Microsoft Project menus, follow these steps: Select the tasks or resources you want to edit.

Click Tools, Customize, Forms. The Customize Forms dialog box appears. Click the name of the form you want to display and then click Apply (see Figure 26-12).

Figure 26-12. Select the task or resource form you want to edit, and then click Apply to display the form.

To add a form as a toolbar button, follow these steps:

1 Click Tools, Customize, Toolbars. The Customize dialog box appears.

2 Click the Commands tab. Click the All Forms category.

3 Drag the form you want to add from the command list to the toolbar.

For more information about adding buttons to toolbars, see "Adding and Removing Buttons on a Toolbar" earlier in this chapter on page 818. For information on defining a keyboard shortcut for a form, see "Creating and Customizing Forms" earlier in this chapter on page 827.

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