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For more information, see Chapter 4.

Job Posting

You can also create a Job Posting form that structures information and makes it possible for Human Resources to post a job opening in the Job Postings folder. Job Candidate

You can also create a Job Candidates application, which consists of a Job Candidate form and a Response form. A manager or human resources administrator can submit a Job Candidate item to the Job Candidates public folder.

Each user, after interviewing the candidate, uses the Response form to submit hiring recommendations to the Job Candidates folder, where the manager can review the summary of opinions.

Built-in Module Forms

You can customize forms based on the forms in the built-in modules—Appointment, Task, Contacts, and Journal—to take advantage of the specific functionality of the module. The following sections offer a few ideas for the types of forms you can create based on the forms in the Outlook built-in modules

Company Form

You can create forms such as the Company form, as shown in Figure 1-4, to make it possible to track shared activities, such as a sales call, in relation to a customer or vendor. As demonstrated here, the standard Contact General page has been modified to show related Company Contacts in an Outlook View Control. New pages named Notes and Shared Activities have been added to the form. Other pages on the standard form have been hidden. A custom toolbar lets the user create items in subfolders for shared mail, tasks, appointments, journal items, and documents.

For more information on the Company form, see Chapter 12, "The Northwind Contact Management Application."

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