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In what is becoming a series, we'll further tweak our code to allow for filtering of the query.
In the original code, we open a query directly as a recordset. This fails if the query requires some parameters.
(I'm not going to demonstrate a way to get user input and use that as the parameter.
Perhaps the most popular article on the site explains how to send email to a bunch of people using Access and Outlook.
It has garnered its fair share of comments and emails, and one came in today that I figured I'd share and then elaborate on.
The mail reads (in part):
I have a following question: How to modify this module to be able to send messages to various mailing lists that I predefine in respective queries? In other words, I have in my database 3 categories of customers (in 3 different queries) andI want to address them with a different message.
Click here for the changelog. (I moved it to the bottom of the page.)
Microsoft Office is designed to work together in an effort to help users get their work done more efficiently. To this end, Microsoft has given all the pieces of the Office suite the ability to control or be controlled by other of its Office siblings through the use of Visual Basic for Applications.