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Sut i anfon e-bost gan Excel gyda swyddogaeth hypergyswllt mailto?

Yn Excel, gallwch ddefnyddio'r swyddogaeth hypergyswllt mailto i greu e-bost gan Excel. Mae'r e-bost a grëwyd gan hyperddolen mailto yn cynnwys cyfeiriad e-bost, pwnc a chorff y derbynnydd. Yn yr erthygl hon, byddwn yn dangos i chi sut i anfon e-bost gan Excel gyda swyddogaeth hypergyswllt mailto.

Anfon e-bost gan Excel gyda swyddogaeth hyperddolen
Anfon e-bost gan Excel gyda swyddogaeth hyperddolen
Yn hawdd anfon e-bost trwy Outlook yn seiliedig ar restr bostio wedi'i chreu gyda Kutools ar gyfer Excel


Anfon e-bost gan Excel gyda swyddogaeth hyperddolen

Yn yr adran hon, byddaf yn dangos i chi sut i greu hyperddolen mailto yn Excel yn uniongyrchol. Gwnewch fel a ganlyn.

1. Yn gyntaf, mae angen i chi nodi'r cyfeiriad derbynnydd, y pwnc e-bost a'r corff e-bost ar wahân i gell B1, B2 a B3. Gweler y screenshot.

2. Dewiswch gell wag rydych chi am i'r hyperddolen mailto leoli ynddi, fel cell B4.

3. Copïwch a gludwch y swyddogaeth hyperddolen = HYPERLINK ("mailto:" & B1 & "? Subject =" & B2 & "& body =" & B3, "Cysylltu testun") i mewn i Bar Fformiwla'r gell a ddewiswyd, ac yna pwyswch y Rhowch allweddol.

Nodyn: Yn y fformiwla, mae B1, B2 a B3 yn cynnwys cyfeiriad, pwnc e-bost a chorff y derbynnydd; a'r “Cysylltu testun” yw testun arddangos yr hyperddolen hon. Gallwch eu newid yn ôl yr angen.

O hyn ymlaen, wrth glicio ar yr hyperddolen mailto, bydd e-bost Outlook yn cael ei greu yn awtomatig gyda'r derbynnydd, pwnc a chorff penodedig. Gweler y screenshot:


Anfon e-bost gan Excel gyda swyddogaeth hyperddolen

Gan fod cymeriadau'r dull uchod yn gyfyngedig, dyma fi'n cyflwyno dull anther i chi greu hyperddolen mailto yn Excel.

1. Dewiswch gell rydych chi am greu hyperddolen mailto.

2. Cliciwch Mewnosod > hyperlink. Gweler y screenshot:

3. Yn y Mewnosod Hyperlink blwch deialog, mae angen i chi:

1). Cliciwch Cyfeiriad E-bost yn y Cyswllt i cwarel;

2). Teipiwch gyfeiriad e-bost y derbynnydd yn y E-bost blwch;

3). Yn y pwnc blwch, teipiwch y pwnc e-bost, ar ôl teipio'r pwnc e-bost, nodwch & corff = corff e-bost;

Er enghraifft, os yw'r pwnc e-bost yn “destun yr e-bost” a bod y corff e-bost yn “gorff yr e-bost”, nodwch testun yr e-bost & corff = corff yr e-bost i mewn i'r pwnc blwch.

4). Cliciwch y OK botwm. Gweler y screenshot:

Yna mae'r hyperddolen mailto yn cael ei greu. Cliciwch arno, bydd e-bost Outlook yn cael ei greu gyda chyfeiriad, pwnc a chorff yr holl dderbynnydd penodol wedi'u rhestru.


Yn hawdd anfon e-bost trwy Outlook yn seiliedig ar restr bostio wedi'i chreu gyda Kutools ar gyfer Excel

Bydd yr adran hon yn argymell y Anfon E-byst cyfleustodau Kutools ar gyfer Excel. Gyda'r cyfleustodau hwn, gallwch chi anfon e-byst yn hawdd gyda rhestr bostio benodol rydych chi wedi'i chreu yn Excel. Gwnewch fel a ganlyn.

Cyn gwneud cais Kutools ar gyfer Excel, os gwelwch yn dda ei lawrlwytho a'i osod yn gyntaf.

1. Yn gyntaf, mae angen i chi greu rhestr bostio sydd ei hangen arnoch yn Excel. Cliciwch Kutools Plus > Creu Rhestr Bostio. Gweler y screenshot:

2. Yn y Creu Rhestr Bostio blwch deialog, gwiriwch y meysydd y mae angen i chi eu cynnwys yn yr e-bost yn y ddau Colofnau ar gyfer rhestr bostio ac Atodi ffeiliau adrannau. Nodwch leoliad i osod y rhestr bostio a grëwyd ac yna cliciwch ar y Creu botwm. Gweler y screenshot:

3. Nawr mae rhestr bostio enghreifftiol yn cael ei chreu. Llenwch y meysydd cyfatebol gyda'ch cynnwys angenrheidiol fel isod dangosir y llun:

4. Dewiswch y rhestr bostio gyfan, yna cliciwch Anfon E-byst botwm yn y rhuban. Gweler y screenshot:

5. Yn y Anfon E-byst blwch deialog, gallwch weld bod pob maes wedi'i lenwi â chynnwys y rhestr bostio gyfatebol, cyfansoddi'r corff post yn ôl yr angen, gwiriwch y Anfon e-byst trwy Outlook blwch, ac yn olaf cliciwch y anfon botwm i anfon yr e-bost. Gweler y screenshot:

6. Wedi hynny, a Kutools ar gyfer Excel blwch deialog yn ymddangos i ddweud wrthych am anfon yr e-bost, cliciwch y OK botwm a chau'r blwch deialog Anfon E-byst.

Nawr gallwch chi fynd i ffolder Anfon Eitemau Outlook i wirio'r e-bost a anfonwyd. Gweler y screenshot:

  Os ydych chi am gael treial am ddim (30 diwrnod) o'r cyfleustodau hwn, cliciwch i'w lawrlwytho, ac yna ewch i gymhwyso'r llawdriniaeth yn ôl y camau uchod.


Yn hawdd anfon e-bost trwy Outlook yn seiliedig ar restr bostio wedi'i chreu yn Excel gyda Kutools ar gyfer Excel


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    jamievo · 1 years ago
    Is it possible to have a hyperlink of the file path of the workbook itself generated in the body of the email?
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    Rach · 2 years ago
    Hi, for the attachment, can it be any type of documents eg word, pdf? how much is your fee if I only want to send mass emails from excel spreadsheet?
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    Trial version user · 3 years ago
    Hello, as per the auto-emailing component, is it possible to have a fixed Subject and a fixed Body? In other words I want to send emails without typing anything.
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      Chadd · 1 years ago
      I just figured out two work arounds for this trial version user
      method 1) is to choose a cell that's outside your data and enter the fixed text there. A1 is the cell I chose for my example. in the formula you just need $ in front of the cell letter and number so it always will go to that cell no matter where you copy the formula to. (shown below in the fixed subject)
      method 2) type the fixed info right in your formula with quotes example is the fixed body below

      example: =HYPERLINK("mailto:" & B1 & "?subject="& $A$1 & "&body="&"fixed body","AutoEmail")
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Good Day,
      This function does not take into account right now yet. Thank you for sharing.
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    Gustavo · 3 years ago
    The body I'm using is a formula =concatenate(b5,b6,b7,b8) and it gives my a #value error. Is there a work around to use formulas?
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      Chadd · 1 years ago
      yes I just figured out the work around for this Gustavo. example: =HYPERLINK("mailto:" & B1 & "?subject="& B2 & "&body=" & B5&" "&B6&" "&B7&" "&B8&", "Linking text")

      im having an issue with the linking text to display afterwards, but other than that it works perfectly.
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Dear Gustavo,
      Sorry can't solve this problem.
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    EmDee · 3 years ago
    I love this function!My only issue is that if B4 is formatted as a date, outlook does not see it as such. (example if 10-Dec-17 = 402368")I'd love to find a work around for this! My B4 has conditional formatting, which requires the formatting to stay as is.
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      EmDee · 3 years ago
      Correction: Cell B3 - Sorry (Body of email)
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        crystal · 3 years ago
        Sorry Mike,
        Can't solve this problem.
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    Mike · 3 years ago
    I love this function! My only issue is that if B4 is formatted as a date, outlook does not see it as such. (example if 10-Dec-17 = 402368")

    I'd love to find a work around for this! My B4 has conditional formatting, which requires the formatting to stay as is.
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    Rishi Raj · 3 years ago
    Thanks a lot its very helpful feature u describe here apart from that can we create a shortcut of attachment.
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    setu · 3 years ago
    how can i add another body in excel cell with your formula
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Dear setu,

      If you need to add another body in cell with this formula, please add this body cell into the body section and separate these two bodies by a seperator as you need: =HYPERLINK("mailto:"&B1&"?subject="&B2&"&body="&B3 &" "&B4,"Linking text"). See screenshot:
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        TIFFANI JONES · 3 years ago
        Hello,

        This was very helpful, I have one question, is there a way to create the body of the email such that B3 and B4 would be on their own separate line w/in the body of the email and not on one line? Make sense? I would like the feature to be such that it was like I pressed enter after B3 and B4 starts a new line.
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    Ian · 3 years ago
    Is there a formula to send the current worksheet or book as an attachment to a recipient?
    Regards
    Ian
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      CHRIS · 3 years ago
      Ian, as far as I know there is no attachment option in 'mailto:' syntax. It supports only aditional 'cc', 'bcc', 'subject' and 'body' fields.
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        Vance · 3 years ago
        There is, it is the Attachment= but, unfortunately, like you I have not found a way to include the current spreadsheet using it. You can use a Macro, but it only seems to work with Outlook:
        Sub Email_Excel_Button()
        ActiveWorkbook.SendMail Recipients:="you@there.com", Subject:="Spreadsheet"
        End Sub
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    Chris · 3 years ago
    I think there is some limitation in 'body=' string length that causes the '#ARG' error. Try to shorten the string.
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    Rutva · 3 years ago
    When i try to add email body in cell, it gives me error. How can it be resolved ?
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    Rutva · 3 years ago
    =HYPERLINK("mailto:" & B7 & "?subject="& B8 & "&body=" & B9 & "body=" & B10 & "body=" & B11 & "body=" & B12, "Linking text")

    What if we want to add multiple lines in body ? I tried above formula but did not worked. Please help
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    Will · 3 years ago
    Great post. However, it will not work when I write 2017-2018 Insurance Invoices in the subject. If I simply write Insurance Invoices it works. Is there a limitation or a workaround solution? Thanks.
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      Paul · 3 years ago
      Will, you are leading with numbers that you intend to use as text so just insert an apostrophe before the number. (ex: '2017-2018 Insurance Invoices.)
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    Riz · 3 years ago
    Hi, how can i send a complete table to email body using hyperlink function in Excel 2013?
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    Riz · 3 years ago
    Hi All, is it possible to send a complete table in the body of the email using this function?
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    RF · 3 years ago
    Hi,

    I am using excel 2013, I have set up the e-mail link within excel. However when i click send the e-mail box pops up and requires me to click send manually. Is there a simple way or steps that I have to take in order to just click on the hyperlink and excel will automatically send the e-mail? And perhaps provide a confirmation that will log itself somewhere into the excel worksheet (so we know it's worked)?
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    Mark W · 4 years ago
    As above, Can you create an email with the workbook as an attachment?
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    Shez · 4 years ago
    Hi, thanks in advance for the help.
    Can you create an email with the workbook as an attachment?
    basically create a mailto hyperlink that creates an email with the workbook as an attachment, from the same workbook.
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    ANAND KUMAR · 4 years ago
    Thanks Alan ☺.........It did work.
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    Alan F. · 4 years ago
    =HYPERLINK("mailto:"&B1&"?subject="&B2&"&body="&B3&"&cc="&B4&"& A5","Email To Someone")
    where b4 is in the format someone@somewhere.com;someonelese@somewhereelse.com
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    Curtis · 4 years ago
    This does not work, at least with Office 2016. The created link places the cell reference in the To filed of the email opened in Outlook rather than the email address. In the example used, the email will be addressed to B1 rather than the content of cell B1.
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    Anand Kumar · 4 years ago
    How can we add CC and BCC column there. Please explain.