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Macro to Send Appointment from Excel

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I am trying to pull a SharePoint list from Excel by using PowerQuery "from Web" and it is loading from Column 15 "C" to "W".. I have 2 headers in Column A & B to have the value True/False and the recipient email address in B.. Also, I have added few "Slicers" to filter the data..

Now I am stuck at writing a Excel Macro to send an outlook Appointment to the recipient mentioned in Column B based on the True/False value in Column A... attached is one of the working solution found in Google and when I modify it to fit my needs it is not working..

seeking your help as I am not so good with VB scripting or Macro development.. Thanks in advance..
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Question by:Aamer Mohammed
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Hi Aamer,

here are two examples of what you want to do.

Scheduling Appointment from Excel

Forum question on making appointments.

These are just 2 examples.  Any VBA code you find which shows how to make an Outlook Appointment will work.
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