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Hi,

I would like to know if it is possible to e-mail fields from the current record only.

I'm writing a holiday calendar.  Once the user enters the start and end date, I want to e-mail this to their manager to authorise.  I don't want to attach a report, just use the dates the user has just entered.

The below is garbage I've written...sorry I know I'm bad...

Dim strMsgBody As String

strMsgBody = " Please Authorise the holiday dates," & [Table].[StartDate] & "to " & [Table].[EndDate]

DoCmd.SendObject acSendNoObject, , , , , , , strMsgBody


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Rich
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<< I would like to know if it is possible to e-mail fields from the current record only. >>

Do you mean start and end dates as displayed in the record the user is currently seeing on a form?


strMsgBody = " Please Authorise the holiday date: " & Me.[StartDate] & " to " & Me.[EndDate]

' Youll have to fill in more of this line... email addresses, etc
DoCmd.SendObject acSendNoObject, , , , , , , strMsgBody

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Perfecto!!!  Easy as that... Massive thanks.

Rich
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You're welcome :)
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