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Excel VBA - Outook Message  different fonts

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In using Excel VBA to send an Outlook message is it possible to control the font size type and color for each line?
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Yes, compose the outlook message in html format.
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When you create the email, use .htmlbody instead of .body, and set bodyformat to 2 (html).

Set Itm = App.CreateItem(0)
.htmlBody = "<html><body>My Body</body></html>"
.bodyformat = 2
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Thanks very much
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