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Outlook automation from Excel

Hi I want to paste a range or chart into a mail message. I can get range in as txt but all the formatting goes :-( Basically I imagined Cut and Paste but it doesn't seem that easy... Code sample appreciated Thanks

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Re: Outlook automation from Excel

You can send an excel page or chart as an email. you can do this direct from excel, however the receipient will need excel to read it

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