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Lotus Notes Emailing Using VB

Posted on 2006-03-20
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I have a process that send's Emails via Access 2000, VBA.

At the point of creating the body of the Email. I have coded the Body of the Email into the VBA code itself. Like below. This part creates the Body of the Email by appending each line in the code.

Set NotesRTF = NotesDoc.CREATERICHTEXTITEM("body")
  Call NotesRTF.APPENDTEXT("Hello All")
  Call NotesRTF.ADDNEWLINE(2)
  Call NotesRTF.APPENDTEXT("Regards Michael")
  Call NotesRTF.ADDNEWLINE(1)

Rather than do the above, I wish to find out how to extract Information from say a word Doc and place it into the Email body, ( So I can have an email with nice fonts and sizes) . Has anyone done this If so can you please help me out.
I have looked on the net and cannot find any information.
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