I could not find a VBA for this. Is there a way to convert received emails, as they are received, into PDF and save the PDF into a defined folder in the computer hard disk? This should work as a rule, only for selected emails (depending who is the sender).
Any advice is welcome :-)
Hi Michael, thank you for pointing out the VBA routine.
I did the modifications, but I am a newbie and still stuck with the points below:
1. The macro is marked in red at its first line, from Private Declare Functions until PrivatewithEvents line. This means I did something wrong or there is...
I created a Theme in Microsoft Word 2013 and saved the configuration file .thmx to the hard drive. Is there any way to import this .thmx file into another PC so the colour scheme would be the same in the two computers?
Any advice is welcome! :-)
Microsoft Outlook 2013 64 bit
I use Outlook 2013 64 bit standalone with Windows 10 Anniversary Edition.
Up to now, when I receive pdf invoices in a certain email account, I need to open the email and print them manually. There is the usual Rules settings into Outlook 2013 that will print all the pdf files attached to...