4 Replies Latest reply on Aug 16, 2012 12:04 PM by actrich1

    email

    actrich1

      can email messages be copied to the spreadsheet?

        • 1. Re: email
          RandySwineford Adobe Employee

          Can you explain what you are trying to do in a little more detail? I'm not sure what you mean.

           

          You can add rows to the View Responses tab and manually enter data from a respondent.

           

          Randy

          • 2. Re: email
            actrich1 Level 1

            Thank you for your response.

            We are using forms central at www.njticservice.com<http://www.njticservice.com> to capture service requests.

            We occasionally have to send an Outlook email when we need more information.

            We are looking for a way to add that email to the responses spreadsheet so that we have it all in one place.

            We tried to save the email as a pdf and copy/paste in to a column but it didn’t work.

            We also tried opening a text box and copy/pasting the pdf into it but that didn’t work either.

            Right now we are limited to copying the email (not converting to a pdf) and pasting it into a text box that we open in one of the columns.

            Again thanks very much for any ideas you might have.

             

             

            Richard M. Corr, Office Manager

            • 3. Re: email
              RandySwineford Adobe Employee

              Thank you. I see what you are trying to do now. You can add an file column to the response table. Here is how:

              • Add a column in the response table
              • Select the column
              • Go to the Table toolbar (second button from the left on the toolbar)
              • Go to the column type drop (first drop down)
              • Select "File" from dorp down
              • Select the cell where you want to put the attachment
              • Click Insert File on the Table toolbar
              • Select your file and it will be shown in the response table.

              Your file will now be associated with the row. Click on it to download and view.

               

              Randy

              • 4. Re: email
                actrich1 Level 1

                Thank you. We’ll give it a try.

                 

                RMC