Excel 2010 :: How To Convert Sheet To PDF And Attach To Outlook Email
Jan 30, 2012
I am looking for a macro that will convert the active sheet in an Excel 2010 file to a PDF, attach the PDF to an Outlook 2010 email message, and fill in the subject line and recipient address which are the same each time.
I have an excel workbook (Excel 2010) consisting on 30 sheets, I would like to add a command button to one (1) of the sheets that would attach just that sheet and not the whole workbook to my Outlook 2010 email, is this possible. What would the code look like.
I'm generating a letter (Word doc) and populating bookmarks with data on a worksheet using the following code which is assigned to a Button and it works a dream (in terms of opening the Doc and populating the bookmarks with whatever data is in the relevant cells on the worksheet):
Sub test() Dim objWord As Object Dim ws As Worksheet Set ws = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Sheet1") Set objWord = CreateObject("Word.Application") objWord.Visible = True objWord.Documents.Open "location of the letter.doc"
However, what I now need to do is Create an Outlook Item (email) with a Standard Subject and send to an email address that will be on the same worksheet (in cell M2 for instance) and with a standard Body.
I dont really need to open the Word doc, like it does at present, but I do need the Bookmarks contained within it to be populated with the source data contained within the Worksheet and subsequently have it attached to the email fully populated - maybe I need to 'close' / 'save as & close' the Doc post generation?
I am trying to send bulk emails from my excel 2010 - however I am getting a POP UP. find the screen shot in the enclosed word document So every time a new mail is sent from excel we need to press the button allow Is there a way where I can turn off this warning.
I run excel 2010 on a windows 8.1 machine. In excel I have email address that I need to mail from however when I click the hyperlink it automatically directs me to Hotmail. Is there a way to change that to automatically load Outlook instead?
what is the proper terminology for the Outlook "Thing" that opens up in excel (shown below)? Is it simply a toolbar? Add-in?
Second question, I have a excel file that automatically loads the outlook "Toolbar" each time it is opened.
The file was made in 2010 and password protected and locked, sent to a worker who edited the appropriate fields and saved, and then they sent the file back to me (2003 Format). Now this file automatically loads the outlook toolbar. I am trying to trouble shoot so what would cause this behavior?
I am trying to create a script for a manually morning process that I need to complete that entials downloading a number of .PDF files and sending them out to a distribution list. I am unable to automate that actual saving of the files onto the network drive, but I believe I can automate the process of attaching them to the email. I have run across some problems so far though, this is what I have been able to come up with. After doing a bit of research it seems as though using cmd would be the best way to locate and attach the file but I am still unable to get it to run properly:
Code: Sub AttachMultiple() With CreateObject("Outlook.Application").CreateItem(0) .To = "email@example.com" .Subject = "Test" .Attachments.Add Split(CreateObject("wscript.shell").exec("cmd /c Dir 'G:Client ReportingMGIDaily ReportsAGFAJune 2013*.pdf' /b /o-d").stdout.readall, vbCrLf)(0) .Send End With End Sub
Here is an example of a folder I will be trying to pull the most recent saved PDF from, there are about 10 similar folders:
I feel like I am relatively close to completely this, my cmd syntax may just be a little off.
I have this Macro working almost perfectly, but I need to attach the worksheets to the emails. The code is below. I am unable to reference the ".Attachments" to the workbook created previously in the code.
Sub ActivityReport() ' Clear out any old data on Report Sheets("Report").Select
show me the visual basic codes that allow me to attach the current saved workbook to an email (just attach, but not to send the file). So basically, just open the Outlook, send to, and attach the file.
I have attached a version of my file with code that I have adjusted. Everything is working except for the save as portion of it. I keep getting a run time error 1004. The save as of the workbook failed. Also, when I run the macro in the template that I have uploaded it opens up the original file that I had the code in.
i have the following code in my Excel worksheet. This code successfully send out email to our customers when if the criteria is true. I have tested this at home and it works perfectly as I use Outlook at home. However when I take this code to work I couldn't get this working as at work we use Outlook 365 and we use web Outlook, OWA.
Is there a setting I can specify to use OWA as I don't think I am allowed to install outlook at work.
I have a sheet with an invoice on and wish the Macros to make it easy for users.
I have this code which saves as PDF, Prints and saves my worksheet. However I want to send the PDF to Outlook with To: and cc: completed using the Macro.
Sub PlasticParts() 'Saves active worksheet as pdf using concatenation 'of A1,A2,A3 Dim fName As String With ActiveSheet fName = .Range("A1").Value & .Range("F2").Value & .Range("A3").Value .ExportAsFixedFormat Type:=xlTypePDF, Filename:= _ " [Code] ..........
I made a button in excel that when pressed automatically pops up a outlook email window with the excel file attached to it and written information that i want in the emal.
is it possible for me to have data from certain cells in excel populate automatically in the outlook email when i press the button to have the email popup?
what i would do is have certain words from some cells in excel fill in some blanks in a paragraph i have in the email that pops up when i press a button in excel is this possible of so how can i do it?
i am trying to say i will paste the VB code i have that allows me to have outlook email pop up with information i have in the email....
I am currently sending email to a few people from excel using the outlook and excel connectivity.
The issue is I have to individually define a module for each person I send an email to and it is extremely inefficient.
My attachment makes it clear.
There is 3 tabs in the workbook.
Tab 1 (Method 1) is what I am currently using and I know it extremely inefficient
Tab 2 (Method 2) is what I would like to use * When I select a cell and click send email, I would like for that person to be sent the email * When I select a range of cells, I would like all of those individuals to be sent an email
Tab 3 (Email) is what I would like Method 2 to use - this tab includes a subject line and the email body. It sends the message in the email tab to the recipients I have selected in Tab 2.
I have my data in column A as Reminder Description and in column B as Due Date.
I was wishing to send an email using excel 2007 with outlook using excel vba... I want to send email 2 days before due dates and also i want excel to type in when the email was sent... Is this possible....???
A B C D E Reminder Description Due Date Send Email1 Send Email2 Send Email3 Insurance due date is 06/08/14 06/08/14 04/08/14 05/08/14 06/08/14
Also can this vba code be executed whenever workbook opens....???
I am using Excel 2010. I have been given a task at work that can save my team a lot of time if I can solve the problem. Every month, we have a spreadsheet with about 5000 rows that we have to email. In each row, there is a range that we have to email to a specific email. For example, I would have to copy and paste Range A2-R2 in the body of the email, and then email it to whatever email is in cell S2. I would then continue this for the next 5000 lines, making it a possibility that i will be sending 5000 emails manually.
I have been trying to come up with a solution through VBA that would automatically send these emails. My goal is to automatically send the Range A2-R2 to outlook email, then cell S2 into the "To" email address box, and then automatically send it. So far, i have successfully been able to send one row, but cannot figure out how to loop it for the remainder of the rows.
A couple other key points are that I have column headings as well (Range A1-R1). If possible, I want to be able to include the column headings in the email body as well. Example - first email would be range A1-R2. second email would be range A1-R1 and A3-R3, and so forth. The body of the email would also contain a standard script, such as "Please review the information below."
The goal here is to save everyone from having to send 5000+ manual emails. This would be a big boost for my team.
Using excel and outlook 2010 I have a spread sheet I open everyday. I am in sales and its a lead monitoring and tracking excel sheet that I use everyday. So excel and outlook remaining open is not an issue...
I simply have rows of customers with their details such as name, email, date last contacted, date to follow up on.
How do I get code that will send an automated email using outlook to that specific customer, preferably with their name in the email, when the follow up date I chose arrives?
So for example, I talked to David today and I know I would like to just send a "checking in" generic email on a date I selected in a few days.
How do I get excel and outlook to do this automatically?
creating a macro to send email from excel through Outlook basis of different conditions and with embedded text and subject.
There 2 workbooks attached with this post. The workbook named "Data" contains the data and the workbook named "Emails" contains the Dealer Names (in Column A), the Email ids of the contact person (Column B, C and D), the subject (in Column E) and mail content (in Column F).
I need a Macro which first split the data basis of "Dealer Name" Column F into multiple sheets from "Data" sheet. Now, each sheet will contain only the Individual dealer's data. The data whose ageing is 2 or more than 2 days (in Column H) is highlighted in yellow.
Now, I need to send a separate email to dealers with their data details from range A to F (including headers) as an embedded text with subject and mail content which is present in "Emails" workbook.
Now the twist is, if any dealer having the Aging value in Column H is 2 or more than 2 days (highlighted in yellow color) than the email should be sent in CC to Column D email ids but if there is no Aging more than 2 days than the email should be sent in CC to Column C email ids.
"To" email ids (in Column B), subject (in Column E) and mail body (in Column F) will remain same in both conditions. Column A is containing the Dealer Names through which macro will identify the email ids.