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1000doubts

Hi pals..

i'm new to this forum..

have a doubt could u pls advise how to copy and paste the exlce informations into outlook new draft, while doing the macro.

looking for your valuable comment.

Tks...

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Steveiwonder

Take a look in the help file and search for "_excel" have a look at some fo the examples.

Once your data is retrieve check ControlSend to paste it into the outlook window.


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1000doubts

Take a look in the help file and search for "_excel" have a look at some fo the examples.

Once your data is retrieve check ControlSend to paste it into the outlook window.

Many tks for your prompt reply..!

i was unable to find the same thru search option..

could u pls assist me further.

Tks

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water

You have to search for "_excel*" in the AutoIt help file or you go directly to "User defined functions reference" and then to "Excel Management".


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Active Directory (2018-06-01 - Version 1.4.9.0) - Download - General Help & Support - Example Scripts - Wiki
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Juvigy

You have to give more details as now it is very hard to understand what you try to do.

Also it would help to post some code that you are working on.

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