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11-Jun-2012, 01:25 PM #1
Send Email from Excel when cell is populated
Send Email from Excel when cell is populated.

I have no knowledge of VB, but know that this is possible based on other threads and limited articles that I have read.

Can anyone provide me with the script to send an email out of excel when data (date) is entered into column Q or R or T of the attached sample spreadsheet? A prompt to send the email including text that the field has changed as well as text from column G & H would be great.

Whatever help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

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12-Jun-2012, 12:51 AM #2
Hi, welcome to the forum.

Check out the post created by mightybekah. I put some VBA code in the sample file which when modified to your needs will work for you.
Try it and if you still have any issues just post.
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