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This sample demonstrates how to find an item by its Subject. If found, a copy will be created an displayed. You can edit and send that copy without changing the original draft.
Add a subfolder to the Draft folder, call it My Templates and save your templates there where they won't bother you. The template itself is called 'Template 1'. Replace it by the subject of your template. You can call the macro by pressing ALT+F8. If you want to use several templates this way, simply copy the Draft_1 function, and give each function any unique name.
(Here is a similar function)
Private Const TemplateFolder As String = "My Templates" Public Sub Draft_1() LoadTemplate "Template 1" End Sub Private Sub LoadTemplate(Name As String) Dim Ns As Outlook.NameSpace Dim Folder As Outlook.MAPIFolder Dim Mail As Outlook.MailItem Set Ns = Application.GetNamespace("MAPI") Set Folder = Ns.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderDrafts) Set Folder = Folder.Folders(TemplateFolder) Set Mail = LoadTemplate_Ex(Folder.Items, Name) If Not Mail Is Nothing Then Mail.Display Else MsgBox "No template with the subject: '" & Name & "' found" End If End Sub Private Function LoadTemplate_Ex(Items As Outlook.Items, Name As String) As Outlook.MailItem On Error Resume Next Dim Mail As Outlook.MailItem Set Mail = Items.Find("[subject]=" & Chr(34) & Name & Chr(34)) If Not Mail Is Nothing Then Set LoadTemplate_Ex = Mail.Copy End If End Function
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