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Hi

How do I update the following code so that the query gets sent in the body of the email.
Also it doesn't get sent automatically. I have to  press the send button. I don't want to have to.
Sub SendDatesEntered(ByVal sEmail As String)
On Error GoTo EH
    
    DoCmd.SendObject acSendQuery, "Dates Entered in Performance", acFormatPDF, sEmail, "graham@ses-sa.co.za", "admin@macros-vba.com", "Lesedi Performance dates entered", "These are the dates entered into the Performance database", , True
Exit Sub
EH:
   'MsgBox "There was an error sending a report " & Err.Description


End Sub

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Question by:Murray Brown
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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To send the email automatically:

DoCmd.SendObject acSendQuery, "Dates Entered in Performance", acFormatPDF, sEmail, "graham@ses-sa.co.za", "admin@macros-vba.com", "Lesedi Performance dates entered", "These are the dates entered into the Performance database", , False

...But the help files on the SendObject Method explains all of these options...


Embedding the query IN the body of the email takes a bit more work.
I'm at the office now, I am sure another Expert can help with that portion of your Q

;-)

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Thanks very much Jeff
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;-)
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