Vba code required for to attach all .gif (pictures) from folder to email body

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How to attach all .gif (pictures) from foder to email body. Required vba code.


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Vijay PAsked:
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ShumsDistinguished Expert - 2017Commented:
Hi Vijay,

I am not sure what code exactly you are looking for. I found something which may interest you and direct you to accomplish your goal.

If you are familiar with VB Scripts, then have a look Embed Images in New Messages using a Macro

If you need further help in changing the code, do let me know.

Regards,
Shums
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Bill PrewCommented:
Can you please explain further what you need, and how the code will be used?  Do you just want to attach the files to an outgoing message already being composed?  Do you want to embed in an email being created?  Of does the VBA need to create and send the email too?  How will the folder to get the files from be determined.  Etc, need lots more info to code something...

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Vijay PAuthor Commented:
i got it thank you for your kind support.
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