How to quickly convert or copy email addresses column in Excel to Outlook email list?
Convert email addresses in Excel to Outlook message with formula
Convert email addresses in Excel to Outlook message with Word
Convert email addresses in Excel to Outlook message with Kutools for Excel
Add Text (add character/word to a specific location of each cell in a range.)
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To copy email addresses from Excel cells to Outlook message, you can use this formula:
Tip: In the formula, J1 is the email cell you use, you can change it as you need.
Then drag the autofill handle over the cells you need to apply this formula
Now you can copy these selected emails and paste them into the To or BBC or CC sections of Outlook Email Message window.
Moreover, you can use Word to help you to convert email addresses in Excel to Outlook message.
1. Copy and paste the email addresses from Excel to Word document as Keep Text Only. See screenshot:
2. Select the emails and click Home > Replace to display Find and Replace dialog. See screenshot:
3. In the Find and Replace dialog, enter ^p into Find what textbox, and ; into Replace with textbox. See screenshot:
4. Click Replace All. Now you can copy the email addresses with semicolon to the Outlook message.
With Kutools for Excel, a handy tool, you can apply Add Text utility to quickly add semicolon to each email for copying them to Outlook message.
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After free installing Kutools for Excel, please do as below:
1. Select the emails, and click Kutools > Text > Add Text. See screenshot:
2. In the Add Text window, enter semicolon ; into Textbox, and check After last character. See screenshot:
3. Click Ok or Apply, and then copy the email with semicolon to the Outlook email message.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 6 months agoSo much easier to copy Excel list, copy as unformatted text in Word, find/replace the paragraph sign with ";<space>", recopy list and past into Outlook!
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