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You can insert an Excel table or formula into an email in Outlook.
Here's how you can do it:
Open Excel and create the table or enter the formula that you want to share.
Select the entire table or the range of cells containing the formula.
Copy the selected cells by pressing Ctrl+C or right-clicking and choosing "Copy."
Open Outlook and compose a new email.
In the body of the email, right-click and choose "Paste" or press Ctrl+V to paste the copied table or formula.
The table or formula will be inserted into the email as a screenshot or as an embedded Excel object, depending on the version of Outlook and the formatting options you choose.
The recipients of the email will be able to see the table or formula and make changes if they have Excel installed on their computer. When they receive the email, they can edit the table or formula directly within the email body and send it back to you.
Note that the editing capabilities may vary depending on the recipient's email client and their access to Excel. It's recommended to communicate with the recipients to ensure they have the necessary software and permissions to make changes to the table or formula.
Additionally, keep in mind that email formatting can sometimes alter the appearance or functionality of complex formulas. Simple formulas are more likely to retain their integrity when pasted into an email.
May 25 2023 01:04 AM