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Send Lotus Notes Message from Excel Worksheet

Send Lotus Notes Message from Excel Worksheet

Send Lotus Notes Message from Excel Worksheet

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I have an Excel97 workbook with several buttons having hyperlinks to web sites.

I'd like to be able to press a button in the Excel workbook to send a standard Lotus Notes message. Is ths possible?

RE: Send Lotus Notes Message from Excel Worksheet

Notes picks up any standard MAPI message so if U can code for this It should be possible.

I have used the Microsoft MAPI component that comes with VB6, I assume that you would need the Office developer kit to get this control.

hth

RE: Send Lotus Notes Message from Excel Worksheet

Notes picks up any standard MAPI message so if U can code for this It should be possible.

I have used the Microsoft MAPI component that comes with VB6, I assume that you would need the Office developer kit to get this control.

hth

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