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How do I order email specifics?

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Hello,

I have the code below that sets up my outgoing email. However, the
attachment appears in the body of the email above any body text. How do I
get the body text to appear first in the body and then the attachment or how
can I get the attachment to just attach in general versus placing itself in
the body?

With olMail
.To = [email]
.Subject = "Test Email"
.Body = "Testing Body Language"
.Attachments.Add strFileName
.ReadReceiptRequested = False
.Send
End With

Thanks for your help in advance!

B

Dec 16 '06 #1
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"bhipwell" <u30281@uwewrote in message news:6ada4c3640045@uwe...
Hello,

I have the code below that sets up my outgoing email. However, the
attachment appears in the body of the email above any body text. How do I
get the body text to appear first in the body and then the attachment or how
can I get the attachment to just attach in general versus placing itself in
the body?

With olMail
.To = [email]
.Subject = "Test Email"
.Body = "Testing Body Language"
.Attachments.Add strFileName
.ReadReceiptRequested = False
.Send
End With

Thanks for your help in advance!
Doesn't really matter much. In most cases the Email program of the person
receiving the message will handle the attachment differently that what you see
when you send it anyway. Most newer programs will display attachments
completely separately rather from the body. I (think) rich text format is the
only one that even tries to put the attachment in the body at a specific
location and Outlook is about the only program that uses rich text.

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Rick Brandt, Microsoft Access MVP
Email (as appropriate) to...
RBrandt at Hunter dot com
Dec 16 '06 #2

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Thanks for the quick reply.

The majority of users will be on the same internal outlook server as I am.
Thus the emails I am receiving in my own inbox as I test will look the same
for all users, know what I mean?

B

Dec 16 '06 #3

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