I have the code which generates email through out look with customized subject and body of the letter, is it possible to insert the image(JPEG or any format) with text (not as an attachment) in body of the email, how to do it.
If FileName <> "" Then RDB_Mail_PDF_Outlook FileName, "firstname.lastname@example.org", "This is the subject", _
"This is the body of mail where i want to insert image" _ & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & "Regards Ron de bruin", False
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)
The following will place values found in O19,020,&022 into an e-mail body. I'm attempting to place a selected range of cells into the body also. To do this I tried the highlighted section of code below.
I have a form which is going to be used as an aid to staff, I have created Macro's that when clicked enter information in to fields in the worksheet, I would also like the macro to generate an email with a specified Subject and body filled out. At the moment all I have achieved is to generate an email through File - Send to - Mail recipient.
I have also tried to have an email created through Outlook using MAPI, but once again have been unable to create an email with or without a subject and message body. Below is how far I have got in creating an email using MAPI.
This is part of Macro to insert information Application.CutCopyMode = False
Selection.Copy Sheets("Sheet1").Select Range("E12").Select ActiveSheet.Paste Call SendAMessage End Sub......................
I have Excel and Outlook 2010 64-bit. I'm trying to develop HTML e-mails that are a mix of text drawn from cells on one sheet and picture objects on another. I have no problem with the HTML body text, but I cannot figure out how to reference and place the Shape objects. I am using:
Code: ... .HTMLBody = "" & Range("F1").Offset(i) & Range("G1").Offset(i) & "" ... and I want to embed, between the text brought in with cells F and G, a picture object like
Code: Sheets("Images").Shapes("Picture 1")
I've found code that brings in a picture from a file but, for portability's sake, I really want to have the pictures maintained on the Images sheet and not in a separate file. However, I cannot figure out how to connect the HTML code with the spreadsheet object.
I want to insert image on my userform, but I have problems with It. Image is originally .png and has no background, which is what I need.
Excel doesn't allow me to use .png, so I had to convert It to .jpg, but then background is included. Even that would be o.k., If I could somehow change picture background to "&H8000000F&" system colour, but failed to do that also.
So I tried with converting file to .ico, and again Excel recognizes It as invalid picture.
I just want to insert image, and leave background same colour as Userform.
I want a function that takes a URL string and then inserts a picture into the cell and fits it into the size of the cell (which I made square). The images are small but over 50 000 so it would be impractical to download them all; thus I want the spreadsheet to insert a specific one, based on my formula.
Tried a macro I found but it only gave the the '1004 Picture class' error.
So the function must be simple to use, maybe: ....
I have a worksheet (Covers) that is going to be the front and back covers for a binder.
The title/text portion is automatically filled from cells elsewhere in the workbook.
I have a button to bring up a userform that allows one to select the images (3 .jpg images) you wish to use on the cover pages.
I have code that successfully brings up the userform, and allows image selection and preview within the userform.
Now I want to insert these selected images into the worksheet, centered on specified cells and sized (zoom) to a maximum width/height (whichever is reached first).
Can a blank Picture be inserted with its size specified/fixed, then use code (Image1 = LoadPicture?) to change what is displayed?
Or do I have to calculate the size, center it on the page, and insert the image each time?
The code (in part) for the UserForm looks like:
Private Sub SelFcvrImg_Click()
Dim FCpicName As Variant ChDir ("S:DanBuilder Logos-Photos") FCpicName = Application. GetOpenFilename(Title:="Select an Image!", _ fileFilter:="Pictures (*.bmp;*.gif;*.tif;*.jpg),*bmp;*gif;*.tif;*.jpg") If FCpicName <> False Then InsertImgForm.FCoverImgPrvw.Picture = LoadPicture(FCpicName)
The UserForm has an Image (preview) with PictureSizeMode set to zoom.
I'm really after the same thing embedded in the sheet...
Split from Open Image Using A String & Cell For File Name. what it looks like, but maybe I am not using the FollowHyperlink correctly?
Sub testFloodMap() Application. ScreenUpdating = False Sheets("FloodMap").Select 'Picture = ActiveSheet. Range("W4").Value This works manually with the path in "W4" 'Now I tried to use the FollowHyperlink next Application.FollowHyperlink "C:Documents and Settingsjim hutchMy DocumentsNarrative1My Appraisals2009-" & Sheets("Base").Range("B2") & "floodmap.jpg" Sheets("FloodMap").Select ActiveSheet.Pictures.Insert(Picture).Select Exists = Dir(Picture, vbNormal).....................
I have a workbook that has multiple worksheets and I would like to use a command button to e-mail just one selected sheet. I want to create the single sheet as an attachment on a new e-mail message but leave the addressing to the user as it will vary, and not save the single sheet. My challenge is that the users have a variety of different e-mail clients (Outlook, Lotus Notes and others).
I need to link an image to a cell value and display the selected image in a new sheet of the same excel. I am attaching samplefile for easy reference. The requirement is, from the workout sheet when I select from drop down list, then the corresponding cell value appears in Parameter sheet in C9 cell.
There are four images copied in Parameter excel. The given image has to be selected and linked to the C9 cell value. Based on the selection that particular image should be shown on Sample Picture sheet. Here based on the selection only the image should reflect here.
I am trying to write a macro to send mail on every Friday and also on last day of every month. If the last day of the month falls on Saturday or Sunday then the macro should mail on Friday. I have written a separate macro to send a mail. I have also written to check day(ie Monday, Tuesday etc) of today. If today is Friday or month end i can send mail. I dont know how to tell the macro to send mail on friday if the month last date is saturday or sunday.
Sub done() Dim Dat As Date, x As Integer, y As Date, sorry As String Dim str As String sorry = "Today is not friday or month end. So i cannot send mails" str = WeekdayName(Weekday(Now()))
My workbook simply has multiple columns of data which will be summarized visually in a tag cloud (I have the tag cloud part taken care of already creating either a jpg or png, I simply have to change the extension within a batch file to change between picture formats)
I need to have the tag cloud image display and update depending on which column the user would like to summarize (for now I have simplified the issue by only having one of the data columns in my workbook, and will worry about the user selection of the data column to be summarized later).
My Main Question:
Focusing on the image display and updating now, whether it be an ActiveX Image Control or any other way. I've been playing around manually before I try and code it and I can not get either a jpg or png file to attach to the ActiveX control (both of which cause an Invalid Picture Message).
The file name can stay the same if need be and for now I think/assume that'd be easiest (I have my Tag cloud generator just replacing the previously existing image file of the same name).
Would ActiveX control be the way to go for this dynamically changing image?
I am looking for a way to take the picture name associated with an image ie: (picture 571) and place that picture name in the cell next to the image.
I can see the picture name - it registers in the top left box that usually indicates the cell the cursor is on... and I could manually type that name next to each image.
However my spreadsheet has several thousand rows- each with several columns of information and an image..
I am looking for a way "formula?" to automatically read the image in cell J4 and populate cell K4 with the image name... and so on.
The reason for my request... is I am importing products into a web based shopping cart... to do so I have to export the products to a csv and import that csv into the shopping cart. The process of exporting to a csv- strips away all the images and leaves just data.
I found that I can save the document as an html and that process creates a folder with all the images- saved as (picture 571.jpg) if the resulting csv had the image name... the shopping cart would then look for that image name in my image file and it would populate into the shopping cart appropriately.
This seemed on it's face like a really simple thing to do, I have plenty experience with excel & I thought I'd be able to make cell k4= j4 and tada it would glean the image name & I could simply copy that formula all the way down the sheet & it would be done... but I just cant find the magic button that freely gives up the image name...