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I have programmed an Access 2007 database and I have what I thought was a relatively easy feature to add but I cannot figure it out. I have an InkPicture on a Access Form that I need to save to a specific record in a table so the InkPicture is viewable once saved. The only way I have seen this done is to convert the picture to a Base64 and then insert into table with a data type of memo. For viewing then the Base64 is converted back. Can someone help me with the code for this? The form(frmTest) contains a unique ID field that corresponds with the Table(tblTest) ID field.
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