Send a simple email (unformatted text) that is readable by all MS Outlook versions. Include in the body of the text the net profit of the income statement.
Note: MS Outlook needs to be configured for this macro to function correctly.
Remember that in most cases there is more than one way to solve the exercise.
Hint: Use Outlook object library to create the code then remove the library and alter the code to the variable values as they were assigned by Outlook (late binding)
Place the emails .Display right after the .BodyFormat or the email signature might be omitted. Also, do not forget to place & .body at the end of the emails text or the signature might by omitted as well.
We declare the variables
Dim OlOut As Object Dim OlMail As Object Dim Result As String
We assign to a string variable the worksheet data that we want to send
Result = Range("A12") & vbTab & Range("D12")
We define the variable OlOut as the Outlook and the variable OlMail as the creation of an email in Outlook
Set OlOut = CreateObject("OutLook.Application") Set OlMail = OlOut.CreateItem(0)
We define the type of email, body text, title and the recipient and send the email
With OlMail .Bodyformat = 1 .Display .body = "Caros," & vbNewLine & "Segue o resultado do exercício de 2016." & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & Result & .body .Subject = "Email Simples" '.To = "email@example.com" '.Send End With
Be careful: It is very common to send an email containing errors. Check your code very carefully before adding .Send.
Sub Solution() Dim OlOut As Object Dim OlMail As Object Dim Result As String Result = Range("A12") & vbTab & Range("D12") Set OlOut = CreateObject("OutLook.Application") Set OlMail = OlOut.CreateItem(0) With OlMail .Bodyformat = 1 .Display .body = "Dear all," & vbNewLine & "The result of the fiscal year follows." & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & Result & .body .Subject = "Simple Email" '.To = "firstname.lastname@example.org" '.Send End With End Sub
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