Populate an Outlook 2007 template with spreadsheet data.

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I need some basic advice about whether this is at all possible, and if so, what it would entail.




I have a form, it spits data to a spreadsheet. (Currently both are hosted on the web, but could both be hosted on local servers.)




I'd like an Outlook template to automagically populate with specific data from the spreadsheet. I'd want to be able to do this once a week with the new information submitted to the spreadsheet.




E.G.




Spreadsheet data:




1. John Accounting I love accounting


2. Sam Warehouse Betty has a new dog


3. Skip Operations I prefer tea, not coffee


4. Joe Accounting I was late to work on Sunday.


5. Sara Operations Red is not my favorite color.






E-mail:




Dear Boss,




Here is what folks had to say about their workgroups:




Accounting



* I love accounting
* I was late to work on Sunday




Operations



* Red is not my favorite color
* I prefer tea, not coffee




Warehouse



* Betty has a new dog.




Is this technically possible? I have beginner's experience with VB, but I'm a very zippy learner. I'm curious right now if this is technically a possibility. If so, can someone point me in the right direction?




Thank you very much for any help, in advance!
 

Michael Bauer

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Outlook 2010 32 bit
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It's possible.

I'd use a class module as a collection for what the people have ot say:

<workgroup.cls
Public Name$

Private m_Text$

Public Sub AddText(Text$)

m_Text = m_Text & Text & vbcrlf

End Sub

Public Function GetText() as String

GetText=m_Text

End Sub

</workgroup.cls
In another module hold the collection of workgroup objects etc.:

Private m_Workgroups as New VBA.Collection

Public Sub ReadWorksheed()

On Error Resume Next

' open the worksheet, and read its content, that is in a loop walk through

the rows

' then add each row to a workgroup object, for instance read the second

column into the Name variable, and the third into the Text variable

Dim Name$, Text$

Dim wg as workgroup

Do While... ' loop through the rows

Set wg=m_Workgroups(Name)

If Err Then

' That group doesn't exist yet

Err.Clear

Set wg=New Workgroup

wg.Name=Name

wg.AddText Text

m_workgroups.Add wg,Name

Else

wg.AddText Text

Endif

Wend

For reading a worksheet, in Excel see the Workbooks.Open function, the Range

object, and the Range.Offset function.

Best regards

Michael Bauer

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Am Wed, 26 May 2010 15:12:00 -0400 schrieb Gwendolyn3883:


> I need some basic advice about whether this is at all possible, and if
> so, what it would entail.

> I have a form, it spits data to a spreadsheet. (Currently both are
> hosted on the web, but could both be hosted on local servers.)

> I'd like an Outlook template to automagically populate with specific
> data from the spreadsheet. I'd want to be able to do this once a week
> with the new information submitted to the spreadsheet.

> E.G.

> Spreadsheet data:

> 1. John Accounting I love accounting
> 2. Sam Warehouse Betty has a new dog
> 3. Skip Operations I prefer tea, not coffee
> 4. Joe Accounting I was late to work on Sunday.
> 5. Sara Operations Red is not my favorite color.

> E-mail:

> Dear Boss,

> Here is what folks had to say about their workgroups:

> Accounting

> * I love accounting
> * I was late to work on Sunday

> Operations

> * Red is not my favorite color
> * I prefer tea, not coffee

> Warehouse

> * Betty has a new dog.

> Is this technically possible? I have beginner's experience with VB, but
> I'm a very zippy learner. I'm curious right now if this is technically a
> possibility. If so, can someone point me in the right direction?

> Thank you very much for any help, in advance!

> ----------------------------------------------------------------------> ?t=45790

> https://forums.slipstick.com
 
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