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By using Word as e-mail editor you get access to Word's powerful object model even for e-mails. With that it's possible to insert a formatted Excel table into an Html e-mail.
This sample assumes that the e-mail and workbook are already opened and copies the range from B2 to C6 into the e-mail - inclusive all its formattings.
Via Tools/References, please add the Word and Excel libraries to your Outlook VBA project.
Sub PasteFormattedTable() Dim Doc As Word.Document Dim wdRn As Word.Range Dim Xl As Excel.Application Dim Ws As Excel.Worksheet Dim xlRn As Excel.Range Set Doc = Application.ActiveInspector.WordEditor Set wdRn = Doc.Range Set Xl = GetObject(, "Excel.Application") Set Ws = Xl.Workbooks("Mappe1.xls").Worksheets(1) Set xlRn = Ws.Range("b2", "c6") xlRn.Copy wdRn.Paste End Sub
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