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Discussion in 'Software Development' started by lmseaz, Dec 29, 2013.

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  1. lmseaz

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    I have a macro that creates a Calendar Event for selectedcontacts, and in the body of the Calendar Event, it shows words from certainfields of each Contact selected.



    So for example, the field of the Contacts which is theFullName of each Contact, the full name of the Contact shows up as to eachContact selected.



    Is there a way to add to the macro so that the words comingfrom the FullName field can be designed as a font that would be Times New Roman 14, Color Blue, Bold andUnderlined Bold? And it's not beselecting the words and changing fontÂ…it is simply automatic when it shows upin the Body field.



    So there is the standard code lines that come with it, and here is the basic code lines that does what I saidabove :



    Dim strDynamicDL2 As String

    strDynamicDL = strDynamicDL & objItem.FullName &(";")

    With itmAppt.Body

    itmAppt.Body = strDynamicDL2



    End With
     
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