"This is the first sentence." & vbCrLf & "This is the second sentence, on a
I assume by "have a URL", you mean you want a hyperlink that the recipient
can simply click on to open something in their browser. I don't believe
SendObject supports that, although whatever e-mail client you're using may
recognize URLs as hyperlinks.
I don't know what you mean. You can add a URL as part of the text of
your message body. If you begin it with "http://", then the receiver's
e-mail client will probably interpret it as a clickable hyperlink.
Hi. I have the same problem ("add a line break after a sentence") in TextMessage, in "Include database object in email message" Macro, but with Access in Office 365. I did try this: ="Line 1" & Chr(13) & Chr(10) & Chr(13) & Chr(10) & "Line 2", but it is not accepted. I can't believe that is not possibile to send a fixed text, with more than a line, with Access, to some email that are in a Access Table. It was possible with Access 2003.
Thanks in advance.