Formatting Outlook Email in Microsoft Access

I generate an outlook email from MS Access VBA.  The body has one line, but now I need to add a list of items on separate lines.

Contract Type

I've tried 2 methods
strBody = "Attached is your quote." & chr(13) & "Equipment" & chr(13) & "Contract Type

strBody = "Attached is your quote." & crlf & "Equipment" & crlf & "Contract Type"

In both methods, the words run together - they are not on a separate line.  How can pass line breaks from access to outlook?

Here is my code to send an outlook email from access
Set Maildb = Session.GETDATABASE("", MailDbName)
If Maildb.ISOPEN = True Then 'Already open for mail
End If
'Set up the new mail document
MailDoc.Form = "Memo"
MailDoc.sendto = ""
MailDoc.Subject = Subject
MailDoc.Body = strBody
'Set up the embedded object and attachment and attach it
If Attachment <> "" Then
    Set AttachME = MailDoc.CREATERICHTEXTITEM("Attachment")
    Set EmbedObj = AttachME.EMBEDOBJECT(1454, "", Attachment, "Attachment")
        MailDoc.CREATERICHTEXTITEM ("Attachment")
    End If
    'Send the document
MailDoc.PostedDate = Now() 'Gets the mail to appear in the sent items folder
MailDoc.Send 0, recipient
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Did you try to use vbNewLine
Marilync1266Author Commented:
I'll give that a try.
Marilync1266Author Commented:
That did not work.
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NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
Eh, that's not Outlook, it's Lotus Notes/Mail.
Marilync1266Author Commented:
Doh!  I have 2 routines - 1 for outlook and 1 for notes.  

Public Function Email_Outlook(recipient As String, Subject As String, Attachment As String, BodyText As String)
Dim appOutLook As Outlook.Application
Dim MailOutLook As Outlook.MailItem
Set appOutLook = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
Set MailOutLook = appOutLook.CreateItem(olMailItem)

Set appOutLook = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
Set MailOutLook = appOutLook.CreateItem(olMailItem)
With MailOutLook
    .BodyFormat = olFormatRichText
    '.To = Me.Email_Address
    .Subject = Subject
    .HTMLBody = BodyText
    .Attachments.Add (Attachment)
End With

End Function
you have two options
or use HTMLBody, then you need to write html code <br>
or you need to change to .Body then the chr(13) or the vbNewLine will work.

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Marilync1266Author Commented:
Thanks!  That worked!
NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
Not even an assist.:)
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