Specific data from a table added to email Subject through using VBA

blimey88

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Good morning all,

As ever I am stuck and need some help, I have my email function working and I am successfully adding an attachment also, however i have a % of inspections completed located in a table that i need to be part of the email, preferably in the subject?
 

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daverunt

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Hi,

it should be straightforward.

Code:
.Subject = Range("B2").Value & "% of Inspections completed"    'change range as required
 

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