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Generating an Outlook 2003 Appointment from Access 2000

truthlover
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Hi All,

Can anyone help me to generate an Outlook 2003 Appointment that can be generated from an Access 2000 form?

I have looked at some of the previous posts on this subject (both on TheScripts as well as other sources) but because my understanding of vba is so limited, I havent been able to make much sense of them.

If anyone has the grace and patience to put it on a lower shelf for me, I'd be greatly appreciative (I promise, I will be taking a class on vba soon!).

Anyway, I currently have a form that generates Work Orders. These Work Orders require an initial meeting to be scheduled, and I've been asked if rather than just generating an email, if it can generate an Outlook Calendar appointment that can be sent out to the appropriate participant(s) so they can just click "accept".

Thank you all for your continued patience...
Mar 6 '08 #1
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truthlover
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Can anyone help?

Thanks

Hi All,

Can anyone help me to generate an Outlook 2003 Appointment that can be generated from an Access 2000 form?

I have looked at some of the previous posts on this subject (both on TheScripts as well as other sources) but because my understanding of vba is so limited, I havent been able to make much sense of them.

If anyone has the grace and patience to put it on a lower shelf for me, I'd be greatly appreciative (I promise, I will be taking a class on vba soon!).

Anyway, I currently have a form that generates Work Orders. These Work Orders require an initial meeting to be scheduled, and I've been asked if rather than just generating an email, if it can generate an Outlook Calendar appointment that can be sent out to the appropriate participant(s) so they can just click "accept".

Thank you all for your continued patience...
Mar 7 '08 #2

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