VBA: is there a way to trigger an email

Lball

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Hi, just wondering if there is a way for an email to be generated from excel when certain circumstances occur. Lets say i have a log and a date is put in that somethign is due today. My entering the date=today would trigger an email to start to be created. Obviously it would have to be sent manually, but is there anyway to notify anyone this way? This is a shared workbook as well.

Let me know if anyone has any thoughts about notification/emailing from excel.

Thanks!!
 

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Lball

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Thanks to both of you for your quick responses. I will digest info but i think i can get this to work.
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