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Corissandageri
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New PDF Function

Hi everyone

I have been trying out this new function. Generating a pdf works fine, but having trouble emailing the pdf part of the email. I have been following along with Rezza's video, but this: Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2(User().Email,"First PDF","PDF from PA",{Attachements:Table({Name:"DocName.pdf",ContentBytes:PDF(Gallery2)})})  does not work for me. The email comes through  without an attachment, just 

PDF from PA <end>

https://youtu.be/sK3WsjQiqcQ?t=422

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timl
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@Corissandageri 

Can you verify the spelling of 'Attachments' in your formula? In your post, you've spelled it 'Attachements' with an 'e'.

The incorrect spelling could be one reason why the email doesn't include the attachment.

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timl
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@Corissandageri 

Can you verify the spelling of 'Attachments' in your formula? In your post, you've spelled it 'Attachements' with an 'e'.

The incorrect spelling could be one reason why the email doesn't include the attachment.

Corissandageri
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Wow, how did I not see that, thank you.

fatema_mehnaz1
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I also followed Reza's video. But in my case, only the first page is showing in the attachment other pages are showing blank.

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