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    Emailing a Userform (Excel 2000/97)

    Is it possible to email a userform. I have a userform that is populated from a table. No when I print it it is in a nice format. Will it be possible to email the userform populated with the data to another user.

    If no, any suggestions on other options

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    Re: Emailing a Userform (Excel 2000/97)

    Don't know how to email a userform, but you can make a printscreen and attach the bitmap to your email.

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    Re: Emailing a Userform (Excel 2000/97)

    Mario

    I guess you can't e-mail a userform populated with data at run-time.

    BUT you can e-mail the information populating the Userform. To do that dump the data into a range that looks like the Userform on a worksheet and e-mail the worksheet in a separate workbook.

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    Re: Emailing a Userform (Excel 2000/97)

    With the Userform active and on top, you can press <Ctrl> <PrintScreen> to send a picture of the Userform to the clipboard. Then you can paste this picture into Paint, Word, or even Excel and email this document. --Sam
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    Re: Emailing a Userform (Excel 2000/97)

    You could always create a "Generic Text Only" printer, print to that and then mail the text file.

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    Re: Emailing a Userform (Excel 2000/97)

    Thanks for all the suggestions. I will try the option of creating a new workbook with the data and emailng it.

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    Mario

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