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Posted by Andrew Gould on 29 April 2019
This video explains how to use the Word Editor of an email created in Outlook to access a range of useful editing features. You'll learn how to create an enmail, how to reference the Word editor and how to work with the Word Range object. You'll use these skills to compose an email consisting of literal text combined with a copied Excel table and chart.
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|Outlook Word Editor Complete.xlsm||Excel workbook with macros|
|Outlook Word Editor.xlsm||Excel workbook with macros|
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|When:||18 May 23 at 16:31|
I'm using 365 and getting a VBA runtime 287 error on "Set doc = mi.GetInspector.WordEditor"? Do you have a suggested workaround? Ty
|When:||19 May 23 at 07:05|
This thread might help solve your problem https://stackoverflow.com/questions/57204574/run-time-error-287-application-defined-or-object-defined-error-while-using
I hope it helps!
|When:||19 May 23 at 14:50|
Thanks for the quick response, unfortunately I don't have admin access (work PC) so can't get add new registry keys.
|When:||22 May 23 at 07:23|
That's annoying! I wonder if you can get IT to do it. Hopefully they're understanding!
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