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VBA - WORKING WITH OUTLOOK VIDEOS▼
- Excel VBA Part 29.1 - Creating Outlook Emails
- Excel VBA Part 29.2 - Outlook Email Events
- Excel VBA Part 29.3 - Outlook Emails using the Word Editor
- Excel VBA Part 29.4 - Inserting Pictures in Outlook Emails
- Excel VBA Part 29.5 - Copying Emails from the Outlook Inbox
- Excel VBA Part 29.6 - Referencing a Named Folder in Outlook
- Excel VBA Part 29.7 - Looping Through All Outlook Folders
- Excel VBA Part 29.8 - Saving Attachments from an Outlook Folder
- Excel VBA Part 29.9 - Finding Outlook Emails using Filters
- Excel VBA Part 29.10 - Getting Emails from another Outlook Account
- Excel VBA Part 29.11 - Sending Emails from another Outlook Account
- Excel VBA Part 29.12 - Filtering Outlook Items using Restrict
- Excel VBA Part 29.13 - DASL Filters in Outlook
- How do I save attachments from emails in a Windows folder?
VBA - working with Outlook videos | Excel VBA Part 29.4 - Inserting Pictures in Outlook Emails
Posted by Andrew Gould on 29 April 2019
This video explains how to write VBA code in Excel to insert a picture from a file into an Outlook email. You'll learn how to get a reference to the Word Editor of an Outlook email and use this to create a new Inline Shape object. You also see a few basic techniques for resizing and formatting the picture that you've inserted.
This video has the following accompanying files:
|Pictures in Outlook - Complete.xlsm||Excel workbook with macros|
Click to download a zipped copy of the above files.
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