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如何應用按鈕發送帶有當前Word文件的電子郵件? 

如果您需要通過Outlook從Word文檔發送電子郵件,並附加當前的Word文件,則可以創建命令按鈕,然後通過單擊此按鈕發送消息而無需打開Outlook。 本文,我將介紹如何快速,輕鬆地處理它。

應用按鈕以發送帶有當前Word文件的電子郵件


應用按鈕以發送帶有當前Word文件的電子郵件

請執行以下步驟來解決Word文件中的這項工作:

1。 首先,您應該創建一個命令按鈕,請單擊 開發者 > 舊版工具 > 命令按鈕(ActiveX控件),請參見屏幕截圖:

doc按鈕發送電子郵件1

2。 選擇按鈕,然後單擊 氟化鈉性能開發者 標籤,在 氟化鈉性能 窗格中,將所需的標題文本輸入到 標題 字段,請參見屏幕截圖:

doc按鈕發送電子郵件2

3。 然後,關閉 氟化鈉性能 窗格,現在,右鍵單擊按鈕,然後選擇 查看代碼,請參見屏幕截圖:

doc按鈕發送電子郵件3

4。 然後,在顯示的 Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications 窗口,將以下代碼複製並粘貼到原始腳本之間,請參見屏幕截圖:

Dim xOutlookObj As Object
    Dim xEmail As Object
    Dim xDoc As Document
    Application.ScreenUpdating = False
    Set xOutlookObj = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
    Set xEmail = xOutlookObj.CreateItem(olMailItem)
    Set xDoc = ActiveDocument
    xDoc.Save
    With xEmail
        .Subject = "Fax-data"
        .Body = "This is a test email."
        .To = ""
        .Importance = olImportanceNormal
        .Attachments.Add xDoc.FullName
        .Display
    End With
    Set xDoc = Nothing
    Set xEmail = Nothing
    Set xOutlookObj = Nothing
    Application.ScreenUpdating = True

doc按鈕發送電子郵件4

備註:在上面的代碼中,您應該根據需要更改主題,正文或發送的地址。

5。 然後,保存並關閉此代碼,單擊 設計模式 關閉設計模式。 現在,單擊創建的命令按鈕時,將創建一封電子郵件,其中包含當前的Word文檔,請參見屏幕截圖:

doc按鈕發送電子郵件5

6。 最後,您只需要單擊 送出 按鈕發送此消息。

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Hey, in my case the button works well but not in a Word document saved with a password. Can somebody help me to fix this?
Best regards
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Hi Skyyang,

I found this works when a user has MS Word but it seems emails like @hotmail; @gmail; and @live email addresses those users have issues where the button doesn't work?
It seems it also doesnt work on smart phones either if the user relies on using these as opposed to a computer.
Lastly I've had a response from another user using Windows 11 where the button doesn't work at all.

What have you experienced with the above examples please?

Thanks,

Mike
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Hi,
Please see the document attached below.
I need to update it for the 2023 renewals use and when merging the button seems to become disabled as several members told me it doesnt work.

Thanks,

Mike
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Hello, Mike,
I have tested your file in my computor, it wors well. I am using Office 2019. Please see the below demo:
https://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/comment-skyyang/send-doeument.gif
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I have found the button works to open an email but when using mailmerge the VBA button becomes inactive for some reason?
How can I ensure when mailmerging is used the button will work for user to complete the form and then activate the button please?
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Hello, Mike,
When I use mailmerge feature, the button is in active.
Could you explain your problem more detailed?
Or you can upload your file here, so that we can check where the problem is.
Thank you!
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Hi Skyyang,

Please see the post I put in below which has the copy attached.
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Hello folks,

I want to apply a button where I click and send the document as email, not as an attachement, to one Email-Adress. So that the document is the text of the email. Just like the effekt of the button "send to recipient" on the ribbon.

Can someone give me the right code for that?

Thank you.
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Hello,
May be the code can't help to send the current word document as the email body, if to do, the picture and file formatting within the document will be lost.
If you want to send the current document as email body, the Mail Merge can do you a favor.
Do you need the Mail Merge for sending email?
If you need, please comment here.
Thank you!
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Hello,

thank you for your help!

I would try it with your suggestion. Could u give me the code for mail merge?

Thanks!
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Hello,
To send current word document as mail body, you can add the Send to Mail Recipient command to your QAT, please do as this:
1. Open your word file that you want to send, and then click File > Options.
2. On the left pane, select Quick Access Toolbar.
3. Select Commands Not in the Ribbon from the Choose commands from.
4. Choose and select Send to Mail Recipient and click the button Add > >.
5. Click OK to close the dialog.
https://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/comment-skyyang/doc-send-file-1.png

Now, this Send to Mail Recipient command will show up in the Quick Access Toolbar at the top of your Word window. Then, you can insert the relative information into the message header. After finishing the information, please click Send a copy, the message with current word document as body will be sent at once.

https://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/comment-skyyang/doc-send-file-3.png

Please try this, hope it can help you!
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Hello,

thank you for your help!

I would try it with your suggestion. So yes, I need the Mail Merge for sending E-Mail.
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Hello Heather,

You can add Bcc to this code. For example, you can add .Bcc = "" just below .To = "". So the code becomes:

Dim xOutlookObj As Object
Dim xEmail As Object
Dim xDoc As Document
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Set xOutlookObj = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
Set xEmail = xOutlookObj.CreateItem(olMailItem)
Set xDoc = ActiveDocument
xDoc.Save
With xEmail
.Subject = "Fax-data"
.Body = "This is a test email."
.To = ""
.Bcc = ""
.Importance = olImportanceNormal
.Attachments.Add xDoc.FullName
.Display
End With
Set xDoc = Nothing
Set xEmail = Nothing
Set xOutlookObj = Nothing
Application.ScreenUpdating = True

Please see the attached picture. Have a nice day.
Sincerely,
Mandyhttps://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/comment-zmt/Add_Bcc_to_code.png
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Can you add Bcc to this code? I have tried adding Bcc and receive a compile error for expected expression.
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I have create the document but my issue  now is that if I send this form to say 4 people to complete, when they open it up from the email attachment it opens in read only mode and when they click submit it asks them to save as before it will allow the code to open an email addressed to me. Is there a way around this other than giving them the location of the file?
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Hi Extend office,
Can we set a different email not linked to Outlook? Like direct email to GoDaddy account?
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I am trying to find out the same information. I use gmail and I need to create a form to send out to varies different email address that can automatically submit back to my gmail account.
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Does this also work for Lotus Notes?
What must I change in "xOutlookObj"?
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