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Outlook Appointment Editing Form

The Outlook appointment editing form is an instance of the AppointmentRibbonForm class. The form is the default appointment editing dialog of WinForms Scheduler.

The Outlook form enables you to print an individual appointment or save it in iCalendar format.

To customize the editing form, use the Custom Form Assistant in the Visual Studio Designer.

Note

The form requires references to the DevExpress.Printing.v17.2.Core.dll and DevExpress.XtraPrinting.v17.2.dll assemblies.

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