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Excel and Notes Email question

Excel and Notes Email question

Excel and Notes Email question

Ive got a workbook that the users enter data into before clicking a macro button that copies the workbook and sends it via email.

Sending it in the background works fine, but i wondered if there was a way to show the email (kind of like preview it) before it is sent?


RE: Excel and Notes Email question

Instead of using background objects, use NotesUI objects and complete the attachment procedure.
You might need to save the document before sending it in order to refresh the rich text field display.

In that case, go for background creation unchanged, but before sending it, save the document and open with a NotesUIdocument object.

Of course, that will prevent you from sending it automatically since you're relying on the user to validate the preview.


I've got nothing to hide, and I'd very much like to keep that away from prying eyes.

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