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Old 08-22-2011, 04:07 AM
s1lentb0b s1lentb0b is offline Creating a self emailing form Windows XP Creating a self emailing form Office 2010 64bit
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First time poster so be gentle

I need to create a word document that is a form for user to fill in. At the end of the form there needs to be a button that auto emails the completed form to 4 pre-defined users.

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Hi
You can do this relatively easily. Follow the steps below:
1. Click in the cell you want the macro button to be in.
2. Click in the Insert menu.
3. Click on the Quick Parts button.
4. Click on Field.
5. Scroll down to MacroButton and click on it.
6. In the Display Text box enter something like "Send as EMail".
7. Click on EmailSend.
8. Click on OK.
9. Protect your form for FillingInForms.
When you click on the "Send as EMail" cell the current document will be placed in an email for sending.
Hope this helps.
Good luck.
Tony
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