Excel Merger Pro is a useful software that lets you combine Excel XLS/XLSX and ODS/CSV/XML Files, Workbooks, and Spreadsheets to One File or One Workbook. Besides, it helps you merge table columns and rows in bulk files.
Visual Basic' Mailer objectDim objSMTP' ADO Connection objectDim objConn' ADO Recordset objectDim rsEmails' Merge patterns (Body and \"To:\", all other fields remain' unchanged for all e-mails in the mailing list)Dim strBodyPattern, strToPattern' Define body patternstrBodyPattern = \"Hello %%FIRST_NAME%%, \" & vbCrLf & _ \"You are welcome to visit our site at:\" & vbCrLf & _ \" \" & vbCrLf & vbCrLf & _ \"Sincerely, Site Team\"' Define \"To:\" pattern (will look like' \"John Doe \" in e-mail)strToPattern = \"%%FIRST_NAME%% %%LAST_NAME%% \"' Create SMTP mailer componentSet objSMTP = CreateObject(\"MailBee.SMTP\")' Enable logging SMTP session into a file. If any' errors occur, the log can be used to investigate' the problem.objSMTP.EnableLogging = TrueobjSMTP.LogFilePath = \"C:\\smtp_log.txt\"objSMTP.ClearLog' Unlock mailer componentobjSMTP.LicenseKey = \"put your license key here\"' Specify SMTP server nameobjSMTP.ServerName = \"smtp.site.com\"' Comment next 3 lines if your SMTP server does not' require SMTP authenticationobjSMTP.AuthMethod = 2objSMTP.UserName = \"your mail account name\"objSMTP.Password = \"your mail account password\"' Connect to the server. We use single connection' for sending all e-mails in the database.If objSMTP.Connect Then ' Plain-text e-mail. Change to 1 to send HTML e-mail objSMTP.BodyFormat = 0 ' Specify \"From:\" and \"Subject:\". They remain unchanged ' for all the e-mails. objSMTP.Message.FromAddr = \"Site Team \" objSMTP.Message.Subject = \"Invitation\" ' Create ADO Connection object Set objConn = CreateObject(\"ADODB.Connection\") ' Connect to Access database objConn.Open \"Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0; \" & _ \"Data Source=C:\\Docs\\simple_merge.mdb;\" ' Create ADO Recordset object Set rsEmails = CreateObject(\"ADODB.Recordset\") ' Open \"emails\" table. This table is ' actual data source for the merge rsEmails.Open \"emails\", objConn ' Loop through the table While Not rsEmails.EOF ' Merge body pattern and actual data ' from the database objSMTP.Message.BodyText = strBodyPattern objSMTP.Message.BodyText = Replace(objSMTP.Message.BodyText, \"%%FIRST_NAME%%\", rsEmails(\"first_name\")) ' Merge \"To:\" pattern and actual data ' from the database objSMTP.Message.ToAddr = strToPattern objSMTP.Message.ToAddr = Replace(objSMTP.Message.ToAddr, \"%%FIRST_NAME%%\", rsEmails(\"first_name\")) objSMTP.Message.ToAddr = Replace(objSMTP.Message.ToAddr, \"%%LAST_NAME%%\", rsEmails(\"last_name\")) objSMTP.Message.ToAddr = Replace(objSMTP.Message.ToAddr, \"%%EMAIL%%\", rsEmails(\"email\")) ' Try to send e-mail If Not objSMTP.Send Then ' Notify user on sending error MsgBox \"Error #\" & objSMTP.ErrCode & \", \" & objSMTP.ErrDesc End If ' Proceed with the next record in the table rsEmails.MoveNext Wend ' Close the table and the whole database rsEmails.Close objConn.Close ' Free database-related objects Set rsEmails = Nothing Set objConn = Nothing ' Disconnect from SMTP server objSMTP.DisconnectElse ' Notify user on connection error MsgBox \"Error #\" & objSMTP.ErrCode & \", \" & objSMTP.ErrDescEnd IfASP
Ensure that the user attempting to generate a document has S-Docs and (if applicable) S-Sign licenses assigned to their profile in your Production org. Also, be sure that you have a valid and up-to-date License Key template in your org.
Customers using myPATH will see both their 11-digit account ID and their 8-digit withholding ID or sales license ID. The department will accept both the 11-digit and 8-digits IDs as validation when customers file and pay on myPATH.
5.6. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. A commission merchant as defined in 58.1-3733 is deemed to be providing a service to the manufacturer or merchant for whom he sells. The commission merchant's commission income may be subject to a license tax of up to thirty-six cents per hundred dollars of gross receipts under this classification.CHAPTER 6: COMPLIANCE ISSUES. 6.1. DUE DATES.If not previously licensed, a person must apply for a license prior to beginning business. If licensed the previous year, a person must apply for a license prior to March 1st*. Applications are on forms prescribed by the local tax officials. [Every locality must adopt a March 1 due date for applications no later than the 2001 license year. ]For reasonable cause, the local official may allow an extension for the filing of the application and such extension may be conditioned on the timely payment of an estimate of the tax due. Taxes paid based upon an estimate will be subject to correction, with interest and penalties, if the estimate is unreasonable. For taxes based on gross receipts, the locality has the option of requiring payment of the tax on or before March 1st or a later date, or thirty or more days after the person begins business. 6.2. INTEREST AND PENALTIES. The provisions of Code of Virginia 58.1-3703.1 relating to interest and penalties apply to assessments made on and after January 1, 1997, even if for an earlier license year. Interest is charged on all late payments regardless of reason. A locality may impose a ten percent penalty on an entity which fails to file a license application or return on time or on an entity which makes late payments. The ten percent penalty and interest for late payment apply to license fees as well as the license tax. 1e1e36bf2d