I have a question, how can I create "Table" in a Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2 in the "body section", I'm going to show some example, beacuse it's no a table as I said, it's organized text.
This is the body that i want to create in the "body section", looks like table, but i would like to organized like that.
If( DataCardValue89_1.Selected.Result = "CONTRATA"; Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2( "firstname.lastname@example.org"; "Cierre de contrato Aliado: " & DataCardValue95_1 & " / " & DataCardValue73_1.SelectedText.Value; "Se informa mediante el presente el cierre del contrato " & DataCardValue95_1 & ", perteneciente al referido proporcionado por mi aliado " & DataCardValue50_2& ) );; SubmitForm(Form7_1);; Navigate( ReferidoGallery; ScreenTransition.None )
This is my code.
My required its organized, as you can see in the first pic, the title "Datos Aliado" and "Datos del referido contratante".
Is it possible to organized like that?
I'm going to waiting for your comments.
Can you please share where you are getting the details under each Datos heading from? This is not clear from your first message. Please share a screenshot of your app or the variable/control name.
Your code just says this which is not a valid reference because you did not indicate any property.
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Thank you for your soon reply,
"Se informa mediante el presente el cierre del contrato " & DataCardValue95_1 & ", perteneciente al referido proporcionado por mi aliado " & DataCardValue50_2&
Its part of the boy, then the other part i would like to structure like the first pic a put.
Somenthing like this.
Make that stucture in the SendEmailOutlook Code, so in the email body will be appear like the example.
Sorry, but I still understand where the data is coming from that will populate your email for the Datos del Alido section.
Right now you have xxxx for everything. I understand that is a placeholder. Where is the data coming from? Collection? ComboBox? SP List? Mutliple sources?
Screenshots can help explain effectively too!
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