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Attatchment included in the Outlook mail compose

I have a table containing people's information. Each row is each person's with name, phone, email and attachment files. Now what i want is when i click on one person's email address, it opens up the Outlook compose window with included the attachment file ready in that row. How can I do this?
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Jeffrey Coachman

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Patrick Matthews

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Jeffrey Coachman

Please be clear:
"Each row is each person's with name, phone, email and attachment files. "

What form do these attachments take?
Are they all in different columns?
Are they paths to the file: ("c:\SomeFolder\Somefile.xxx")?
Are they Attachment datatypes?
...etc
TracieD

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One person can have many attachment files. They are attachment datatypes. The path is different.
Patrick Matthews

TracieD,

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Patrick
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TracieD

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Thanks. No need for that. Just quick question. I open your sample database. How can i view all tables in there? I couldn't find the button to view them.
Patrick Matthews

Sorry, I had hidden the database window.  Hit F11 to restore it.
Jeffrey Coachman

No sweat Pat,

I was just curious about the attachments...

;-)

Jeff
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