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Old October 30th 04, 12:48 PM
AShaffer
 
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Default How do I email selected excel cells to multiple recipients?

I need to email specific cells in an Excel worksheet to individual
recipients. Each recipient has different data on their respective rows. The
columns from which I wish to email the data are all the same. Is there a way
I can do this?

NOTE: I plan on emailing the data to corpoate cell phones with text
messaging capabilities, so the contents of the multiple cells I select has to
be limited.

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Old October 30th 04, 01:37 PM
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Hi AShaffer

Look on my site for a example
http://www.rondebruin.nl/sendmail.htm


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"AShaffer" wrote in message ...
I need to email specific cells in an Excel worksheet to individual
recipients. Each recipient has different data on their respective rows. The
columns from which I wish to email the data are all the same. Is there a way
I can do this?

NOTE: I plan on emailing the data to corpoate cell phones with text
messaging capabilities, so the contents of the multiple cells I select has to
be limited.





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