CallThis action will call a macro within Outlook to run. In the appointment Subject field enter “Call:” any text after “:” will be considered the name of the macro to run.
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|1. Category (REQUIRED)||A Category titled “Outlook” is required for this macro to function properly. The color for this category has no impact on the behavior of this macro but will determine how the appointment display’s on your Outlook Calendar.|
|2. Subject (REQUIRED)||In the Appointment Subject Field enter “Call:” any text after “:” will be considered the name of the macro you are looking to run. To run multiple macros separate their names using ; in this field.|
|3. Location (Not Applicable)||Whatever is populated in the Location field will have NO impact on the Call action for Outlook but will for other Applications using this action. (This Field is Not Applicable)|
|4. Appointment Body (Not Applicable)||Whatever is populated in the Appointment Body will have NO impact on the Call action. (This Field is Not Applicable)|
|5. Reminder (REQUIRED)||The Reminder Field controls when the action will fire based on the Appointment Start Date & Time.|
|6. Recurrence (Recommended)||If the action you are creating needs to fire again at a future date & time then you can setup the Appointment to be reoccurring. (This Field is Recommended)|
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The Developer Tab is an additional section of the ribbon when activated allows you access to Visual Basic in Applications like Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word.
Once the Developer Tab is available you will have the capability to update your security to allow Macros to run in the current application.
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