Monthly Archives: May 2014

Emailing 9 – Using Lotus Notes

In this post, we will be providing you with a script that you can use, if you have Lotus notes as your preferred emailing option. In order to view the rest of this content you will need to register for a premium account. Click here for your free trial.

Emailing 8 – Convert Report To HTML

In this post, we will be demonstrating how to use a report as the basis for the text in the body of an email. In order to view the rest of this content you will need to register for a premium account. Click here for your free trial.

Emailing 5 – Adding Attachments

In this post, we will be looking at how you can add attachments to your emails. In order to view the rest of this content you will need to register for a premium account. Click here for your free trial.

Emailing 4 – Using The CC and BCC Fields

In this post, we will be showing you how to use the CC and BCC fields. Why BCC? The BCC field means Blind Carbon Copy and is very useful if you want to send multiple emails at once but you don’t want the recipients to know who else received the email. In order to view […]

Emailing 3 – Reading Email Addresses From A Table

In the previous post, we introduced the fundamental code associated with opening Outlook from Access. In this post, we will be showing you how to manipulate the “To” field of the email so you can send emails to multiple email addresses. In order to view the rest of this content you will need to register […]

Emailing 2 – Basic Code To Open Outlook

In this post, we will be giving you the basic code required to open up Outlook from Access and set the subject and body fields. In order to view the rest of this content you will need to register for a premium account. Click here for your free trial.

Emailing 1 – Introduction

An important but often unknown feature of MS Access is the ability to utilise Outlook to send emails. Outlook is the email client of choice for many people and for those with the full Office suite, it makes sense to make full use of its capabilities. MS Access, as a data repository, is the perfect […]

04 – Switchboard Forms – Using Macros

In the previous post, we showed you how to create multiple Switchboard Pages. In this post we will be showing you how to use Macros with your Switchboard Form. In order to view the rest of this content you will need to register for a premium account. Click here for your free trial.

03 – Switchboard Forms – Switchboard Pages

In the previous post, you learned how to create a simple switchboard that allows you to open up different forms. In this post, we will be showing you how to create multiple switchboard pages, giving the effect of having multiple forms. In order to view the rest of this content you will need to register […]