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daniromero
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Email formatting

Hello, everybody!

I need to bold some information that I am including in an email. In one button I included the following formula.

 

Office365.SendEmail(Label5.Text; "Coevaluación por pares";
"El registro de su evaluación ha sido satisfactoria.

Estos son los detalles:

Docente: " & Form4.LastSubmit.DOCENTE & "
Idioma: " & Form4.LastSubmit.IDIOMA & "
Nivel: " & Form4.LastSubmit.NIVEL & "
Horario: " & Form4.LastSubmit.HORARIO & "

;{Cc:User().Email;Importance: "Normal"})

 

I would like to make the text in bold in these fields Form4.LastSubmit.DOCENTE.

 

Is it possible?

 

Thank you for your help!

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mdevaney
Super User III
Super User III

@daniromero 
You can use the <b> tag since HTML is supported in email.

 

Office365.SendEmail(Label5.Text; "Coevaluación por pares";
"El registro de su evaluación ha sido satisfactoria.

Estos son los detalles:

Docente: " & "<b>" & Form4.LastSubmit.DOCENTE & "</b>" & "
Idioma: " & Form4.LastSubmit.IDIOMA & "
Nivel: " & Form4.LastSubmit.NIVEL & "
Horario: " & Form4.LastSubmit.HORARIO & "

;{Cc:User().Email;Importance: "Normal";IsHtml:true}})

 

 

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I found the solution. In addition to your suggestion, make sure the IsHtml is set to TRUE.

 

The last part of the formula must be 

{Cc:User().Email;Importance: "Normal";IsHtml:true})

 

Thank you for your help.

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mdevaney
Super User III
Super User III

@daniromero 
You can use the <b> tag since HTML is supported in email.

 

Office365.SendEmail(Label5.Text; "Coevaluación por pares";
"El registro de su evaluación ha sido satisfactoria.

Estos son los detalles:

Docente: " & "<b>" & Form4.LastSubmit.DOCENTE & "</b>" & "
Idioma: " & Form4.LastSubmit.IDIOMA & "
Nivel: " & Form4.LastSubmit.NIVEL & "
Horario: " & Form4.LastSubmit.HORARIO & "

;{Cc:User().Email;Importance: "Normal";IsHtml:true}})

 

 

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I think it is not working. I tried it before and I received something like this.

 

I found the solution. In addition to your suggestion, make sure the IsHtml is set to TRUE.

 

The last part of the formula must be 

{Cc:User().Email;Importance: "Normal";IsHtml:true})

 

Thank you for your help.

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