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Do you frequently want to look at a certain file, an Excel workbbok for instance? This example demonstrates how to open the file via VBA from within Outlook.
You just need to adjust the value of the 'File' variable to point to the Excel workbook.
Public Sub OpenMyExcelFile() Dim File$ Dim Xl As Object ' Excel.Application Dim Wb As Object ' Excel.Workbook Dim Ws As Object ' Excel.Worksheet Dim Rn as Object ' Excel.Range File = "c:\file.xls" On Error Resume Next Set Xl = GetObject(, "excel.application") On Error GoTo 0 If Xl Is Nothing Then Set Xl = New Excel.Application Set Wb = Xl.Workbooks.Open(File) Set Ws = Wb.Sheets(1) Ws.Activate Set Rn = Ws.Range("a1") Rn.Activate Xl.Visible = True End Sub
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