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    Outlook Appointment with Excel VBA (range as body of message)

    Hi Everyone,

    i found this code from ExtendOffice to help me set Appointments/reminders in Outlook from Excel.

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    I want this code to send a range (or a dynamic range) of cells as the body of the appointment message not just the value of one cell (xRg.Cells(I, 7).Value) , but i have no idea how to do this. Can anyone help me?

    the range can be displayed as is or as an image, which ever is easier.

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    Re: Outlook Appointment with Excel VBA (range as body of message)

    a range (or a dynamic range) of cells as the body of the appointment message
    Which range do you want to use as the body text? It's not evident from the file. Please include an example of what this data would look like.
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    Re: Outlook Appointment with Excel VBA (range as body of message)

    Sorry about that

    The range in this case would be =A7:G17

    thank you

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    Re: Outlook Appointment with Excel VBA (range as body of message)

    Something like this to start, to replace the line you currently have assigning xOutItem.Body. But you will have to revise it to the desired format:

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