vba in outlook

daveyc18

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  2. 2010
sorry, I know this is an excel forum, but I was wondering if anybody knows if it's possible to create a link/button macro within the body of an e-mail of outlook.

i want to send to a bunch of separate reports to various people, and I want to make it easy for them to approve the report after they reviewing.....instead of having them reply to the e-mail and saying "approved," they can simply click the link/button and it'll do that for them
 

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Fazza

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Outlook has built-in voting options, such as Yes or No. Requires no VBA. Please try Google or Outlook help
 

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