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Anonymous
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send email with dynamic content in the body

help. I need to make an app where I can submit order requests. I want it to send an email containing all of the information the user inputted. i have been trying different things but I'm stuck

 

 

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shoog
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You can use standard html in the body of the SendEmailV2 function.

Anonymous
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what do you mean by that

Anonymous
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tried this and it did not work

 

shoog
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You use the html inside the body text, for example:

Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2("someone@yourcompany.com", "test", "normal<br><b>bold</b><br><i>italic</i>")

 

If you don't know much html, this website is highly recommended.

Anonymous
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okay but how do you embed the dynamic content?

Anonymous
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Keep the dynamic values out of the strings, something like

"Following...<br><br><b>" & Dropdown4.Selected.Value & "</b><br><br>Item: <br><b>" & Dropdown1.Selected.Value & "</b><br>Quantity..."
Anonymous
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Thank you so much for all of your help

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