design buttons in email body

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sam

Hi All,

I have designed an Excel Form that users use to input data. I am trying to

connect the form to Access Database. Once users fill in the form, It will

populate in Access Database.

What I want is: Is is possible to design buttons in Email body for eg:

"Accept" and "Decline" buttons.

I want to process to be such that, Once the users fill in the Excel user

form and Click submit( A button on excel form), The inputs would come to me

via Outlook email( data displayed in email body). Once I see the user inputs,

I want to accept it or decline it (Hence Accept and decline buttons). Once I

accept it(Click accept button in outlook) it will populate the access data

base. If I decline ( it will populate another excel sheet where declined

forms are stored)

I hope I made it clear.

Thanks in Advance
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP]

No, buttons in the email body are not possible, but you can use a custom

form voting buttons and put code in the Item_CustomAction event handler of

your published custom form.

Sue Mosher

"sam" <sam> wrote in message

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> Hi All,

> I have designed an Excel Form that users use to input data. I am trying to
> connect the form to Access Database. Once users fill in the form, It will
> populate in Access Database.

> What I want is: Is is possible to design buttons in Email body for eg:
> "Accept" and "Decline" buttons.
> I want to process to be such that, Once the users fill in the Excel user
> form and Click submit( A button on excel form), The inputs would come to
> me
> via Outlook email( data displayed in email body). Once I see the user
> inputs,
> I want to accept it or decline it (Hence Accept and decline buttons). Once
> I
> accept it(Click accept button in outlook) it will populate the access data
> base. If I decline ( it will populate another excel sheet where declined
> forms are stored)

> I hope I made it clear.

> Thanks in Advance
 
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