I am having trouble with copy-paste-from-outlook-to-excel routine. Is there a way where I can get a certain text (or numbers, perhaps) from an outlook email message and transfer it to an excel? It is fine to copy and paste one or a hundred emails, but it already exceeds 30 thousand email messages. I just wanted to know is there is a way for me to simplify my work through VBA.
Here is a sample of the email body:
"The lead with phone number 1231234567 is in the federal DNC list and has been rejected. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. This email was automatically generated, please do not reply to it."
In this email body, i wanted to get only the number 1231234567 and paste it in the excel.
Am working in Excel 07, but this would need to work in 2000 as well.
Need a macro that will...
1. Select a range of cells from B4 to RX. X is defined as the last row where Column A has a value. 2. Copy the visible cells 3. Open an email in Outlook (not via the email workbook function of excel), enter "Submission" into the title, enter "Dear X," insert 2 returns. 4. Paste the copied table (not the workbook, just what is on the clipboard) into the body the email.
I have a VBA excel file that pulls data from a CSV file downloaded from a link. I format this data into a table through excel and then copy it over to Outlook. This is where the problem is. I get a runtime error 4065 for "file is locked for editing".
I am working on a code which works, however, its is not working entirely as i intended. In this example, the body of the email should contain content from textbox.
I have 3 text boxes, not all are expected to be filled out. So if only textbox1 is filled out, the body should only include information derived from textbox1.
Whats happening now is that even if textboxes 2 and 3 arent filled out, the body of email produces blank formulas from textboxes 2 and 3. So how do i fix this code so that if I enter data into textbox1 only, the body of email will not include empty formulas? Ive also attached a copy of the Produced email file. Code in question is in red font
My task here is to generate email automatically. When i enter x to run the sub findvalue macro.
Any cells on the column D that has the value of 10 should generate email with the message body, subject and email address automatically.
Example if there are 3 task that are 10 days to deadline, 3 email will be generated after entering "x"
I have edited the Sendmail sub to locate the email's body, subject line and email from the excel.
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), _
I am using the following code to create several spreadsheets and send via email. This all works perfectly, but I would like to add text to the body of the email. What would I need to add to enable me to add text to the body of the email?
From Bottom of Code:
' Copy the Report sheet to a new book and e-mail Sheets("Report").Copy Application.Dialogs(xlDialogSendMail).Show _
I am trying to automate a process whereby i receive an email via outlook with a particular subject line every day and i want to copy the body of the email into an existing excel spreadsheet and save it.
It's the first time i've really used vba in outlook, and i have written one to save any attachments which works ok using rules/run a script, but i'm stuck when it comes to copying the body
It would be really useful if when pasting into excel it didn't go all into one cell and just pasted over like if you were performing it manually
I have an email hyperlink setup on my excel sheet and I would like to automatically (not manually) add a sentence that is another cell (that changes from time to time) to the subject line or the body of the email.
I have an Excel sheet that I use as a mailing automatism for reports. As it currently is it attaches an actual copy of the excel workbook to the email and send them out. The mailer contains several different people, and they get different report each day. Due to the size of some of the files, I am starting to run into an issue where I cannot sent the emails anymore because they are too big, so I am wanting to switch to sending links to the files instead, and I have hit a wall.
I use Lotus Notes 8.5. The VBA will cycle through a range, and each cell has a list of report delimited by a ",". It takes the list and passes it to the mailer as a string. The mailer takes the string, turns it into an array and splits it out, and then checks to make sure the reports are current. One email could have up to 10 different reports in it. I have tried creating an HTML MIME email to include the links.
Here is the code I currently have:
Code: Sub Send_HTML_Email(ByRef Name As String, ByRef Address As String, ByRef Reports As String) Const ENC_IDENTITY_8BIT = 1729 'Send Lotus Notes email containing links to files on local computer Dim NSession As Object 'NotesSession Dim NDatabase As Object 'NotesDatabase Dim NStream As Object 'NotesStream Dim NDoc As Object 'NotesDocument
I have built the following macro by but get the message 'For without Next' indicated on the End Sub line. I can't seem to figure out what the problem is using 'Help', any ideas on why this is tripping out?
I am trying to develop a code which extracts the data from text files inside a folder (Folder test in my desktop) into one sheet. The Macro is in the workbook “Text Extract” which is an excel 2007 file. The data of each text should be copied to Sheet1 of this workbook one below the other. For testing purpose I have kept only one text file in the folder and was trying to copy the data from the text data extracted sheet to Cell A1 of Sheet1 of workbook “Text Extract”. The code works fine till copying the data, but shows below error in the line “Selection.Paste”:
Run time error 438: Object doesn’t support this property or method.
Below is the code: Sub LoopThroughFiles() Dim strFile As String Dim strPath As String
I receive around 40 emails per day, all in the following format:
Subject: "Team x.x - date" Body text: "x files sent"
where x represents a number.
What I'm hoping to be able to do is drop all these emails into a folder (in .msg format), and use excel to look through them and extract the team number from the subject, and the number of files sent from the body text for each message.
Unfortunately, while I class myself as reasonably competent with excel vba, working with emails or .msg files is new to me, so I genuinely haven't a clue how to do this, or if it's even possible.
Is it possible to have a cell when selected create an auto-generated email message to a recipient in column A with information taken from other columns inserted into the email. I understand it may be a bit vague at this moment, but I'm just wondering if this would be an alley to investigate further or not.
I currently have a workbook that I track various projects with and periodically I will need to get updates for them. What I want to do is to select the row of the projects I need updates for, copy them and then paste them into the body of an Outlook 2003 email.
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.
Sub Mailer() 'Sheets("BB Email Data").Select pathname = Range("A1").Value 'defines attachment Dim objol As New Outlook.Application Dim objmail As MailItem Set objol = New Outlook.Application Set objmail = objol.CreateItem(olMailItem)
I am trying to set up an holiday card on excel which I have the template for but I need an email sent to me, the manager, each time it is updated by my staff requesting Annual Leave. Each member of staff will have a program each.