Copy/Paste a range as a bitmap

DavidVee

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I would like to be able to copy a range of cells and paste to an outlook email as a bitmap via VBA. I have been able to do this as a normal paste but I would like to retain the formatting from excel and this seems to be the only way to do it. Is this possible in a macro??

Thanks
This message was edited by DavidVee on 2002-09-23 15:53
 

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DavidVee

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Thanks to all those who responded. I will check out the links you provided. Ill let you know how they work.

Thx!!!!!!
 

DavidVee

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I found this on one of the posted links this bit of code which gives me the desired result:
Selection.Copy
ActiveSheet.Pictures.Paste Link:=True).Select
 

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