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Access VBA send html body email question

Access VBA send html body email question

Access VBA send html body email question

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I am using Access 2003 VBA to generate an Outlook 2007 email which is working fine. In the .HtmlBody section I would like to have 3 lines of text instead of just one which is what I am getting now. So my question is how to create a carriage return in the .HtmlBody section of the email text. Thank you.

    With OutMail
        .To = mail_to_list
        .CC = ""
        .BCC = ""
        .Subject = "Varnish Tank Status, Philips EMAG, Juarez"
        .HtmlBody = "<html>Raw varnish level: " & raw_gallons & " gallons. Day tank varnish level: " & day_gallons & " gallons. Last Updated: " & lastupdateraw & "</html>"
        .Send
    End With
 

RE: Access VBA send html body email question

You can put html breaks (<br>) between the lines or any of a number of other html elements like paragraphs, divs, etc.

e.g.

CODE

.HtmlBody = "<html>Raw varnish level: " & raw_gallons & " gallons.<br> Day tank varnish level: " & day_gallons & " gallons.<br> Last Updated: " & lastupdateraw & "</html>"
 or

CODE

        .HtmlBody = "<html><p>Raw varnish level: " & raw_gallons & " gallons.
<p>Day tank varnish level: " & day_gallons & " gallons.
<p>Last Updated: " & lastupdateraw & "</html>"
etc.
 

Greg
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