Hide Text in Email

You can hide a text in an email by using a bookmark.

Last modified: 2016/05/25 | Accessed: 25.159  | #158
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By using bookmarks you can collapse and expand text in an email. Select any text in your email, click Insert, Bookmark, and name the bookmark. In the code enter the name of the bookmark under the comment line between the quotes. You can start the macro by pressing alt+f8.

The sample works with Outlook 2007 and higher. It could also work for the older versions of Outlook if you set Word as mail editor.

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Public Sub CollapseExpandText()
  Dim Ins As Outlook.Inspector
  Dim Document As Object 'Word.Document
  Dim Bm As Object 'Word.Bookmark
  Dim Fn As Object 'Word.Font
  Set Ins = Application.ActiveInspector
  Set Document = Ins.WordEditor
  'Here enter the name of the bookmark
  Set Bm = Document.Bookmarks("HideText")
  Set Fn = Bm.Range.Font
  Fn.Hidden = Not Fn.Hidden
End Sub
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