Sending Spreadsheets - How To Add Text To The Body Of Email
Dec 16, 2011
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?
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' Copy the Report sheet to a new book and e-mail
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.
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 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 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.
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.
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.
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've wrote a function that allows me to insert a certain range to the body of an email. This email is composed in the code, too.So far I am able to build the emails body as plain text. how to retain the cell format also (colors, font size, border styles, ...)
I've managed to get the following macro working except for one small thing - the link to the folder where the spreadsheet (that will be attached to the email) resides (which I got to work fine in a macro to send out tasks) just ends up as plain text and is not clickable
Make this link clickable in the email so that when the recipient receives the email they can just click on the link and go straight to the relevant folder please? (I've highlighted the line with what I would like to work as a link in red)
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'm having an issue with some emails that I send out automatically. I use Ron de Bruin's code to send with the Range to HTML function from Mail Range/Selection in the body of the mail.
My issue is when I view in OWA, all the formatting is lost. There is no issue viewing in Outlook itself, but some of our sales people use the web app and the view is corrupted. Back when I did this manually, I would just copy and paste the range of cells into the body of the message, and there was never any problem with formatting in OWA.
Is there a setting that needs to be changed, or have code for pasting a range into the body of a message that works?
I need to get data from an excel spreadsheet copied and into the body of an email. I have set it up to copy the data required, i have the email open, i have the to and subject fields filled in but i can not get the copied data inserted into the email. Where am i going wrong or better yet what do i need to write to get this to work.
Dim objOutlook As Object Dim objOutlookMsg As Object Dim msgtxt As String Sub send() msgtxt = Sheets("bed update report").Select Application.Goto Reference:="Print_Area" Selection.Copy Set objOutlook = GetObject("", "Outlook.Application") Set objOutlookMsg = objOutlook.CreateItem(o) 'Set objOutlookMsg = objsession.CreateItem(olMailItem) objOutlookMsg.display With objOutlookMsg .To = "firstname.lastname@example.org" .Subject = "Despatch Overtime Hours" .body = msgtxt .send
End With Set objOutlookMsg = Nothing Set objOutlook = Nothing End Sub
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 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 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
I use gmail, and have an excel sheet with hundreds of rows. I need to send each recepient an e-mail using their e-mail address (row D), and their name in the body and subject (row A). The rest of the body of the email will all be the same.
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.