way to send only one worksheet of a workbook to an email contact as an attachment. When your in excel you can click on file and select sent to (as attachment); however this attaches the whole workbook. I do realise that I could copy the worksheet that I want to send to another workbook by itself and then send it. However this is time consuming. Anyone know of a way to just send 1 worksheet from the workbook to an email contact as an attachment? I also know that I could copy and paste the worksheet directly into the email.
I have a VB code that pulls up my Email client and emails out the workbook as an attachment. I would like to change the code so that it just emails out the worksheet i am currently on and not the whole workbook. Can this be done? I have added the code.
putting a macro button on an individual worksheet so the user can click a big easy button and a new email will pop up in Lotus notes with the worksheet attached for them to input the address and then send the worksheet..
I prefer to:
Send individual worksheets only
The ability to input the email address is the new composition email in LOTUS Notes
I have written code in VBA to send emails via Excel based on a name that is held in a spreasheet that is then looked up against an organisation address book. What I need to know is there anyway that you can save mails into the Draft folder that were unable to send for example if they have an email adress that is incomplete or not recognised or if the email box has reached capacity?
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 database file that I use for tracking "Requested Laptops" ( so that technicians can request the model they need ) and what model they want. There are three of us that distribute laptops ( asset managers ), and we have a box that we use to say we distributed it. For example:
TECH REQUESTING .. . . . DATE . . . . MODEL NEEDED. . . . . FOR WHO . . . . . . . STATUS OF REQUEST . . . . . SERIAL NUMBER PROVIDED. . . . . . ASSET TAG PROVIDED.
Those are the columns. The "Status of Request" Column uses data validation "list" and can either say:
When the technician first requests, he selects "NOBODY/PENDING" and there is Conditional formatting that highlights the row RED so that we can easily see that there is a pending request. Once laptop is distributed, we change this field to Wes distributed for example, and the row is highlighted green.
Now that you have the basics of the file, what I'm looking to do is find out if an email can be sent either by Outlook or SMTP, so that when a technician enters the request and changes that field to NOBODY PENDING, an email is sent to all 3 asset managers saying "Please be advised that an asset has been requested by [TECH REQUESTING]. expedite."
I need to send 25 mails on daily basis to my client. All fields in mail are common except recipient and attachments. Every mail has 3 excel attchments. So i created a macro in excel which sends mail as per my requirement but picks up only one attachment from the path i have mentioned in the vb code. Whole macro is running perfectly. I just want to know what modification i should do in that code to attach more than one excel file to the mail from the path i have given. Below is the code:
Sub macro1() Dim sFolder As String Dim Folder As Object Dim file As Object Dim fso As Object
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).
When I test the email link on my computer, the 'Outlook Express setup' wizard initiates. However, I don't use Outlook Express (Yahoo and Zimbra). I am wondering of it is possible to automatically ensure that in cases where a user doesn't use Outlook Express by default that Excel will open the users default email client- which could be a web browser or another application? Is this something determined by each users (Control Panel?Registry?) settings for handling email hyperlinks? Is there a piece of VBA code I could include in the workbook which identifies the relevant email client to open?
I know I can simply provide my email address on the workbook and allow a user to copy/paste it into their email application but I feel that by minimising the amount of effort required by a user to provide a rating that I'll be more likely to receive user rating feedback.
Is it possible to have a column with several email addresses and have a macro that emails out with an attachment of a word document? If so how is it done? I dont want to attach any workbooks or sheets just an word file. Furthermore I want to do this via excel not word. Also if its possible I would like to keep a single subject heading for all of them.
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 find out a code to create a PDF (with opening the Save As dialog box) from an active worksheet, but I can't find out how to send this PDF by e-mail (Outlook). The code is working till the words 'Set OutApp'.
Just what I want is to send the active worksheet as PDF (as attachment) by email (Outlook). Here the present code.
Code: Sub SendPDF() ' ' SendPDF Macro ' Dim OutApp As Object Dim OutMail As Object Dim v As Variant v = Application.GetSaveAsFilename(Range("E2").Value, "PDF Files (*.pdf), *.pdf")
I've been searching for a way to save a copy of a workbook as an .xlsx by bringing up the save as dialogue box so the user can name and choose the location and then to open a new email with the send as attachment function so the copy can be sent to user defined recipients.
Any similar requests that I've seen are asking for a specific file name and specific directory.
I am very new to VBA and I am trying to create a userform which can be filled in and then when command button "submit" is clicked the completed form is emailed to myself. I have created the code for this but the userform is arriving as a blank attachment.
I have created a userform in Excel. The information from this userform is saved into a word document using a command button. What I would like to know is can I use vba to, not only create this word document but also, to send it as an email attachment at the same time? Just to make it a bit tougher - I'm using Groupwise as my email software.
If a certain email comes into a mailbox with certain parameters eg subject and from criteria is met. Then extract the data from the email attachment (daily order) and add it to a master sheet containing all orders.
I was able to create a macro that saves an email attachment based on the subject and then move it to another folder. I would like changing it to do the same thing only based one the sender’s email. I have it currently reading the save path and subject from the Excel worksheet.
I'm working with an excel file, a userform and a command button. The command button is the main question here. Bascally when this button is clicked and email is sent to a specific person, me. This email also contains an attachment, and currently that is the active workbook open behind the userform. This works well, sort of. I sent this excel file to 5 co-workers to test. All but 1 worked OK. One, however, did not.
When the button was selected the standard Outlook message came up: "...an automated email is being sent on your behalf...select YES to continue..."...It all looks fine, but nothing happens...nothing shows up in their sent items folder and I do not receive this message.
Has anyone experienced this before? Is there a sitting with this users Outlook that prohibits the sending of automatic emails? I've added my command button code below...incase someone sees thing strange...(I am rather new to vba coding...)
I have two workbooks in the same folder which are linked bidirectionally. I send the files to a colleague, he updates them, increments the version number and then sends them back to me. I store them both in the same folder before opening them. However, on opening all links in one workbook have the form:
The filename is correct (the updated book) but the sheet name, which hasn't changed, is now a #REF. Redefining the links restores the functionality but is going to become difficult when the plan is shared more widely.
Why this is happening and what I can do to make the links work permanently?
I am trying to write a macro to compose an email in outlook without sending it. Ideally the macro would compose the email and the email would be left open for me to inspect before sending. Below are the details.
Column A contains the addresses Column B contains the CC addresses Cell C2 contains the message
I can change where the above info is located/arranged if need be.
My spreadsheet automatically generates the email addresses, which are dynamic. For control purposes my employer does not want me to have the email automatically sent, being the reason for me to want to inspect the email before sending it.
I have a process metric that I need to send via email.
I would like to automate this.
I am looking for the following
1. upon clicking send mail button the smart art used on the excel should be mailed. 2. the smart art should be pasted as Image on the body of the email. 3. The body should contain a text message like " dear receiver," <line break> " Please find the below process health for this week" <line break> "Regards," <line break> "Sender" 4. The size of the image on the email body should be height 3 inches and width should be 5 inches.