I need to know when something will expire ahead of time. I have certain dates located in cells that an item will expire, for example, a product life of "10-Jul-06 - 11-Aug-09"
What I am trying to do is have an automatic e-Mail sent out "3 months ahead" of the time something will expire. So in this case, for the above example in August of 2009, I need an email trigger sent out in "May" stating that the item is about to expire. Sort of like an "alert".
I found some code that will allow me to run a macro which triggers an email. It works, but I need to have it automatically do it when I hit a certain date..not do it "manually" like when you run a macro back on the excel sheet.
Ultimately, I need an email sent out as soon as a certain day/month comes that will trigger an email message through Microsoft Outlook.
I am wanting to send an automatic email notification to several lotus notes accounts once a specific cell in my excel spreadsheet has been entered in (It does not matter what is entered into the cell).
I have Excel WB / Sheet with filled columns A (serial No.), B (name), C (e-mail adress), D (problem), E (solved / unsolved) and now I want that Excel automaticly sends e-mail notification to specific e-mail adress (column C) when its / his problem is solved (column E).
I need to make a userform that will add data to table placed (for example G12:H12), and if G13:H13 cells are written to next cells below (G14:H14). I would also want to receive auto email noticiation (or notofications by pressing another command_button) that someone add data with copied content of (G13:H13...G14:H14....) cells in email body.
I need VBA code to automatically send an email notification when data is added to worksheet. I am not very familiar with writing code and have been using other code from other posts. Ideally I would like it to send an email notification with the added information attached, in this case it would be Row # and Columns A thru O.
Would like to find a formula or macro which would automatically send an email to let me know when a date entered into the specific cell is coming close to expiration. e.g. if the date 01/05/2014 is entered into a cell i would like an email to be sent to me a month before the date is reached (01/04/2014).
I want to create a communication excel sheet. I want it in such a way that if any one of the team member make update and save the file, then the whole team should receive an email that the file has been updated.
Create a macro button in 'Spreadsheet 2' that searches 'Spreadsheet 1' for updated information specific to a certain criteria and adds it to a new row in 'Spreadsheet 2.'
There are three sheets
Prospects (where all original data is entered)
Actions -Bob (Bob's new Prospects are added to this sheet)
Actions -Frank (Frank's new Prospects are added to this sheet)
ï»¿ï»¿So in this example Row 6 in Prospects (Constituents, Rating, Manager and Solicitor would be added to ACTION - Bob's sheet on Row 5 and Row 8 in Prospects (Constituents, its Rating, Manager and Solicitor would be added to ACTIONS - Frank sheet on Row 5
Here is the example spreadsheet - Prospects and Actions.xlsx
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 have sheets Sheet1, Sheet2, Sheet3 and Master in a workbook.
In sheet Master, I list Sheet1, Sheet2 and Sheet3 in range A1:A3. In range B1:B3 I want to return the date in which the sheet in A1:A3 was last updated. So everytime Sheet1 has changes, I want the date to be logged in B1. Same with Sheet2 (B2) and Sheet3 (B3).
I have tried writing the code but it returns errors.
I have a spreadsheet that I have been creating for work. It involves a UserForm (FRM_TubingTransfer) and writing the data entered onto sheets (either the ‘MASTER SHEET’ or ‘COMBOBOX DATA’) in the same workbook.
I have (with your help and much trial and error) gotten the workbook to a reasonably working model. The only major thing left is the ‘AVAILABLE TUBING’ sheet. This sheet is the most complicated, I think, because it isn’t just strictly writing the data.
First, any time there is a NEW PROPERTY / SUPERVISOR entered in the form onto the COMBOBOX DATA screen, the code needs to check the AVAILABLE TUBING sheet and check if that data has already been entered there (This is because there may be some instances where the PROPERTY NAME, and PROPERTY NUMBER are the same but have a different PROPERTY AFE. Aka, there may be two entries with ‘WELL 1’ that have different AFE numbers but they are the same location and need to be treated as such.). Also, if a pipe yard (denoted by “-YARD-“ in the Property number and AFE number column) is entered, do not enter it on the AVAILABLE TUBING SHEET.
Second, when a TUBINGTRANSFER is processed, the program needs to do several things;
For the FROM LOCATION (if a well and not a pipe yard) Add Buried Joints to the buried cell Add (E) to the damaged cell Subtract (A), (B), and (C) from the total on location cell For the TO LOCATION (if a well and not a pipe yard) Add (A), (B), and (C) from the total on location cell
How to create a macro which would search through certain columns and post an alert/notification with the employee name (at the top of the column) and date (to the left of the column) if the cell value is less than 12.
we have a date in a cell let's say : 20/07/2014 (present day 16/05/14)
I need to add a conditional formating rule so when the present/real date will reach 15days before the 20/07/14 and until the speaking date the cell will be colored as notification to upcoming deadline (20/07/14)....
Meaning that the cell will be colored on 05/07/14 and 06/07/14....etc. until 20/07/14.
I would like to have Excel automatically send a Console Message whenever a user enters a value greater than zero into a column. In the example attached, I would have received a message on 12/03/2009 and 12/07/2009 because the user entered a positive value into the "Fail" column. I know macros can be written to send E-Mail messages, but I do not want the user to have access to E-Mail or the Internet. Ideally, the message would be sent instantly, at the worst, the next time the user saves the file. *Edit-I really do not care what notification I get. It can be a message, an image on my screen, whatever just as long as I get notification that the user has entered a positive value into the "Fail" column.-End Edit*
I have a sheet with a bunch of company information, Name, address, phone, email, etc.
On another sheet I link back to this sheet with =DATA!A1 and copy down.
Although the cell that has the email address on the DATA sheet is a working link to open Outlook, it does not give me that link when brought to the second sheet.
Is there a formating tip or something else that will do the trick. I have looked though searches and all I could find is creating Hyperlinks. I don't think that is my answer because on my Second sheet I will be coping from a different set of cells the next time I use this workbook.
i am trying to get excel to email a sheet to a certain address. I have managed to do this, however when i try and record a macro to perform this task, it doesn't work. Could any one help in providing a code for me to do this.
Basically all i want to do is send a copy of a filled in sheet to an e-mail address by just pressing a button.
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 a spreadsheet that has approx 10 different sheets (tabs at the bottom). I want to write a routine that will take one of the sheets, copy it to a new workbook, and email the newly created workbook using Outlook.
I've entered this question once before and got some suggestions that seemed to work for a while. Then it became hit and miss as to whether it worked or not. Now I'm geting a "Can't create object" error everytime. I want to break this one sheet out and send only it because I don't want to send the entire workbook.