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Comments by Fred Flams (Top 34 by date)

Fred Flams 14-Nov-13 4:58am View    
You should post that as an answer, since the provided XML really does contain only one row....
I know that sound silly, since the clues were there since the beginning...
Fred Flams 7-Aug-13 7:40am View    
Reason for my vote of 4 \n Thanks for the tip !
Fred Flams 14-May-13 9:05am View    
Reason for my vote of 4 \n Nice one, see my contributions: a streamlined version of your code
Fred Flams 8-Mar-13 8:26am View    
If you think so, then develop an MDI application again. Your statement is completely wrong.
Actually an MDI child form is nothing more than a standard Form but displayed Inside a parent form container. You can therefore do whatever you want with your child MDI form. AS for the parent MDI form, if you to put a button Inside it's central section then you can. You can virtually do whatever you want with both parent and child form
Fred Flams 4-Mar-13 11:55am View    
Hello, personnaly I would set the BodyFormat property before the Content property:

mailItem.BodyFormat = Outlook.OlBodyFormat.olFormatHTML;
mailItem.HTMLBody = FileContents;

doing it in this order makes sure that the mail object is set to receive an HTML body, I'm not sure if it strips the HTML content if the Format is set to text.