Take Contents Of Cells And Use Them To Compose An Email: Address, Subject, And Body
Feb 26, 2008
I need to take contents of cells (which are results of formulas and references to other cells) and use the contents to compose an email.
Here are some cells to illustrate. NOTE: the information in brackets is the formula that's contained in the cell, while the text is the result of the formula.
B3 = This is the link used to compose an email.
C19 = email@example.com (an email address)
C22 = Login expired on node citrix08. [=concatenate("Login expired on node ",C7,".")]
C25 = Dear Company A, [=concatenate("Dear ",C6,",")]
C27 = The login for citrix08 has expired. [=concatenate("The login for ",C7," has expired.")
C29 = Contact us within 15 days to continue. [=concatenate("Contact us within ",C9," days ...]
C31 = Ticket 444 has been created to track the issue. [=concatenate("Ticket ",C10," has...]
C33 = Lots of other text
D33 = More text
E33 = More text
C48 = Sincerely,
B3 (Named "SEND MAIL") contains the formula used to compose the email from the cells above, however, I cannot add all the cells to the formula without an error. At some point, there is too much data (contained in the referenced cells) and B3 returns #VALUE error.
The above formula works now, because it doesn't contain all of the body (of email) I need.
When I click on B3, it properly launches the email client, puts in an address, subject, and two lines of text in the body.
My workaround to this problem is to manually highlight cells C29 through E48, select copy, then go to the partially formed email and paste the rest of the body.
Is there a way to include all the body into an email? I think this can be accomplished with a VBA code, but have no idea how to do it.
I dont want to send the mail, just compose it using cells that have calculated what is needed in the body. I can then read the email, confirm it's content, and click send in the email client manually.
Does anyone have any suggestions? Is there a better (but simple) approach?
I do know excell quite well and have many cells to calculate what is needed in the body of the email, but, alas,
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Code: Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Cells.Count > 1 Then Exit Sub If Target = "x" Then If Not Intersect(Target, Target.Worksheet.Range("G2")) Is Nothing Then Call Findvalue End If End If End Sub
Code: Sub Findvalue() Dim Rng1 As Range Dim foundemail As Range Dim a As Variant Set Rng1 = Range("D2:D10") For Each a In Rng1 If a.Value = 10 Then
Set foundemail = Sheets("Email").Range("A:A").Find(What:=Cells(Target.Row, 1), _
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