Excel 2010 :: Use Input Box To Enter Email Address?
Nov 3, 2011
I have a macro that will email a link of the worksheet.
the problem is I may have different email addresses to send it to. I want to be able to have an input box come up, and the person to enter in an email address, click ok and have the macro continue to email.
'Working in Office 2000-2010
Dim OutApp As Object
Dim OutMail As Object
Dim StrBody As String
If ActiveWorkbook.Path "" Then
Set OutApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
Set OutMail = OutApp.CreateItem(0)
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.
We know that professional emails have a fixed format. I have a list of people with their names and emails and there are some people for which emails are missing. I am pasting my sample data below. But first let me explain the meaning of columns.
Column A: Means full name of the person for which we have email id Column B & C: just split of Available full name into first name and last name Column D: Email id of the person with full name in column A Column E: For the names in this column, we need to get email ids Column H: Sample result
Now basis on the Full Name(Column A) and Email Id(Column D) can we get the email id for person in Column E.
Sheet4 A B C D E F G H
1 Available Full Name Available FirstName Available LastName Email for available full name Actual Full name Actual firstname Actual lastname Sample result
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 am struggling to find a macro which can look at a name in column 'BT' and search it in the address book of Outlook to then place the email address of that person in column 'ED'
There are 35,000+ people in the address book and there may be over 5 email addresses for one name, so is there any way a message can appear for the user to select which email address is correct if there is more than 1 contact for that name?
I have specified the email addresses in the code to whom the email will be sent when the user presses "Send Email" button but now I want to add all the addresses in the Access table and write down the code that will send an email to those people whose addresses are in the Access table.
I have the below code to email a specific sheet to an email address, however the email stays in the outbox and isn't sent. Is there something missing from the code or is it a setting issue with my email? I'm using Outlook 2010.
I am trying to send an automated email by use of a "email" button. What I want it to do is to pop up a input box that will ask me who I want to send the email to, and once I hit ok it will send open up outlook and send the email. I have the code to work if I want it to be sent to a specific email address, but I can't seem to get the email address entry part to work. I will attach my code as it lays right now.
Private Sub CommandButton2_Click()'Need to reference: Microsoft Forms 2.0 Object LibrarySet OutApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")OutApp.Session.LogonSet OutMail = OutApp.CreateItem(0)strbody = "This is the most up to date copy of EAS Tracking 2.0 as well as the Resource Planning Sheet."attachmnt2 = "C:My DocumentsResource Planning Sheet_External.xls"On Error Resume Next'?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|?|? BELOW IS WHERE I CAN'T GET TO WORK!!!With OutMailDim range As Longrange = Application.InputBox("How many copies do you want?", "Number of Copies").To = range.Subject = "This Weeks Reports".Body = strbody.Attachments.Add (attachmnt2).Display.SaveEnd With'__________________________________________________attachmnt3 = "C:My DocumentsReport DataWork Request Tracking Data FolderEAS Request 2.0.xls"On Error Resume NextWith OutMail.Subject = "This Weeks Reports".Body = strbody.Attachments.Add (attachmnt3).Display.SaveEnd .........
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?
I'm using Excel 2010 and I have a copy of an address in Excel. I'm trying to identify all the people who live by themselves- without partners and spouses.
I have a column array like this: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T PDENOStatusTitleFirst NamesInitialsSurnameSuffixDate of AttainmentFranchise FlagAddress 1Address 2Address 3Address 4Address 5Address 6Address 7Address 8Address 9Postcode
And the relevant columns is usually L. I am trying to figure out the formula that allow me to extract or at least highlight the people who live by themselves- or alternatively the people who live in the same house (which would therefore identify by exclusion the singletons).
Have developed a form for my associates and want them to be able to move to the cellls I want them to fill data in to by merely hitting the TAB or ENTER key vs. having to move the cursor to each cell requiring them to input data.
Want cursor to move in a specific cell order. You would think you could merely say 1M, 2C, etc.
I need to email a page from a worksheet to a series of people and am currently using the following
Dim wb As Workbook Dim strdate As String strdate = Format(Now, "dd-mm-yy h-mm-ss") Application. ScreenUpdating = False ActiveSheet.Copy Set wb = ActiveWorkbook With wb
however, I also need the worksheet to be email to the person currently running the macro (i.e. when they email it to the others, a copy is sent to thier own inbox too), is there any way in which this can be done?
The user's email address could be formed from data in the spreadsheet, if there is an easier way to do this (i.e. email address is based on a cell in the spreadsheet).
I have developed a Userform button in Excel 2010 using the developer icons, which when clicked on with my mouse it runs my super dooper macro. It works great!
But one thing I want to have happen is to have the choice of using the Enter key to start the macro or use the left mouse button
For example, I place data in (say) cell A1 and the userform button is in cell A2. When I place the data in A1 and press the Enter key, the cursor moves down to A2, but doesn't highlight the user button. When I press the Enter key again, the cursor moves to cell A3.
What I want is when I fill in the data in A1 and press the Enter key, the cursor moves to cell A2 and selects the button, so that when I press the Enter key again, it activates the macro.
I'm using Excel 2010, and I need to restrict the value the user can enter into a cell (E9).
In cell E3 is the screen width (pixels). eg 6024 In cell E5 is the preferred width of a window. eg 450
The user, in cell E9, enters an x coordinate for which they prefer the top left corner of the window whose width is specified in E5.
If the value that the user enters in E9, added to the width entered in E5, exceeds the value of E3, (if E9+E5 > E3) then the value should be disregarded (window will be off right of screen) and the user re-enter.
I'm not familiar with the use of data validation, so I'm uncertain as to how to use it in this circumstance.
I've got a file that works fine on my computer. When I email it to anyone with 2010 and they open it from their email account (Outlook 2010), the file automatically opens up in 'Protected Mode'. If the user selects "Enable Editing" the user receives 'Run Time error 91: Object variable or with block variable not set'.
If the user closes out the vba error and saves the file to their computer and reopens the file, it works fine.
BTW, it is not a complex macro, it is error out at
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 having some trouble getting control ENTER & EXIT events to fire properly when having controls embedded on frames within a userform. I'm using Excel 2003, 2007, & 2010. Here's the userforms I'm working with:
In both cases, the DESCRIPTION field is disabled. The selectable controls on both are a combo-box, textbox, listbox, & 2 buttons. On the FRAMED version, the combo-box & textbox are contained on a FRAME.
Here's the code, same on both userforms:
Code: Option Explicit Private Sub cmbRecipes_Enter() ListBox1.AddItem "ENTER - " & cmbRecipes.Value End Sub Private Sub cmbRecipes_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean) ListBox1.AddItem "EXIT - " & cmbRecipes.Value End Sub
All this is doing is posting a message to the listbox when the combo-box ENTER & EXIT events fire. This works as expected without the FRAME, ENTER is shown when the combo-box is entered and EXIT is shown as focus is moved to another control. But when running it on the FRAMED version all I get is a single ENTER event recorded regardless of how I move the focus through the control set.
Another oddity is that if I have more than 1 control that can receive focus on the FRAMED version, it appears to work correctly.
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 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.