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
VBA - working with Outlook videos | Excel VBA Part 29.1 - Creating Outlook Emails
Posted by Andrew Gould on 26 March 2014
Writing VBA code in Excel doesn't only allow you to control Excel, you also have access to all of the other Office applications. This video looks at how to create emails in Microsoft Outlook by writing code in Excel. You'll learn how to reference the Outlook Object Library, several methods for creating a new instance of the Outlook application and how to create new emails. You'll see how to set basic properties of an email, such as the address and subject and also how to add attachments and make sure that the email includes a signature. The video spends a lot of time talking about the different email formats and how to set the body text of the email according to which format you've chosen; this includes how to write plain text emails, and how to construct basic HTML emails including how to format them. Towards the end the video also shows how to write emails using the Word Editor, allowing you to copy and paste information directly from Excel.
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