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    email a Word page (2007 xp)

    I have generated a report which is 154 pages long. Each page is a report of an individual including that individuals email address. I want to email each page to the address on that page so that every one of the 154 people get their own report only.

    Is this possible please?

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    Re: email a Word page (2007 xp)

    Is each page a separate section?
    If not, is the first paragraph of each page formatted with a distinct style, such as Heading 1?

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    Re: email a Word page (2007 xp)

    Are you generating this report via a Mail Merge? If so, it may be easier to do this prior to creating the combined report.

    If not, the solution will require VBA code and the coding will depend heavily on the contents and consistency of your document. You will need to provide a sample document to enable anyone to have a stab at the code you would need.
    Andrew Lockton, Chrysalis Design, Melbourne Australia

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    Re: email a Word page (2007 xp)

    Thanks to everyone.

    I generated the whole report in Excel and used that as the database for a WORD e-mail mail merge. Then copied and pasted the pretty form and inserted the merge fields.

    It is then possible to email in html using the email address field in the Excel database, very easy and exactly what I wanted.

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