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Rich textbox control .

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Hi ,
can anyone help me , please .

In Ms Rich textbox control , It is easy to insert object than to
insert picture .

I want to insert picture in my Ms rtf activeX control but Ms Access
does
not support Clipboard function for images (Getdata or setData ) . I
have
tried using code (clipboard image for Access I found on the net -
using API ).
That code required me to use image control as intermediary before
saving it on memory .

The result is okkay if image control is bigger than the image .
If the image which is to be copied , bigger than the image control ,
problem occured because the image
is surrounded by black background when inserted on rich textbox .

Is anyone knows how to insert picture on rich textbox control on Ms
Access form better ways ??
Thank you .

Hermawih
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Check out the articles at Access Web:
http://www.mvps.org/access/forms/frm0030.htm

"hermawih" <he******@telkom.net> wrote in message
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Hi ,
can anyone help me , please .

In Ms Rich textbox control , It is easy to insert object than to
insert picture .

I want to insert picture in my Ms rtf activeX control but Ms Access
does
not support Clipboard function for images (Getdata or setData ) . I
have
tried using code (clipboard image for Access I found on the net -
using API ).
That code required me to use image control as intermediary before
saving it on memory .

The result is okkay if image control is bigger than the image .
If the image which is to be copied , bigger than the image control ,
problem occured because the image
is surrounded by black background when inserted on rich textbox .

Is anyone knows how to insert picture on rich textbox control on Ms
Access form better ways ??
Thank you .

Hermawih
Nov 13 '05 #2

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Thanks Barry .

Your web pages that you gave me has helped me a lot for many times .
If I have a problem , that mvps.org is the first I searched for the
solution . It is excellent work . However , I have not yet find any
solution for my particular need on that homepage .

By coincidence , I searched another mvp homepage http://www.lebans.com
..
I found what I need there .

I always remember what excellent job those people have done and helped
us .

Once again , thanks Barry and especially thanks for Mr Leban that has
given me another insight on how to solve that actually simple problem
( After I found the solution , it is simple . But for many days , that
problem has given me headache )

Hermawih

"Barry Edmund Wright" <ba*****************@NOSPAMrogers.com> wrote in message news:<wq********************@rogers.com>...
Check out the articles at Access Web:
http://www.mvps.org/access/forms/frm0030.htm

"hermawih" <he******@telkom.net> wrote in message
news:2b**************************@posting.google.c om...
Hi ,
can anyone help me , please .

In Ms Rich textbox control , It is easy to insert object than to
insert picture .

I want to insert picture in my Ms rtf activeX control but Ms Access
does
not support Clipboard function for images (Getdata or setData ) . I
have
tried using code (clipboard image for Access I found on the net -
using API ).
That code required me to use image control as intermediary before
saving it on memory .

The result is okkay if image control is bigger than the image .
If the image which is to be copied , bigger than the image control ,
problem occured because the image
is surrounded by black background when inserted on rich textbox .

Is anyone knows how to insert picture on rich textbox control on Ms
Access form better ways ??
Thank you .

Hermawih

Nov 13 '05 #3

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Glad you found the help you needed, and yes, I concur, those websites you
mentioned are an invaluable resource!
"hermawih" <he******@telkom.net> wrote in message
news:2b**************************@posting.google.c om...
Thanks Barry .

Your web pages that you gave me has helped me a lot for many times .
If I have a problem , that mvps.org is the first I searched for the
solution . It is excellent work . However , I have not yet find any
solution for my particular need on that homepage .

By coincidence , I searched another mvp homepage http://www.lebans.com
..
I found what I need there .

I always remember what excellent job those people have done and helped
us .

Once again , thanks Barry and especially thanks for Mr Leban that has
given me another insight on how to solve that actually simple problem
( After I found the solution , it is simple . But for many days , that
problem has given me headache )

Hermawih

"Barry Edmund Wright" <ba*****************@NOSPAMrogers.com> wrote in
message news:<wq********************@rogers.com>...
Check out the articles at Access Web:
http://www.mvps.org/access/forms/frm0030.htm

"hermawih" <he******@telkom.net> wrote in message
news:2b**************************@posting.google.c om...
Hi ,
can anyone help me , please .

In Ms Rich textbox control , It is easy to insert object than to
insert picture .

I want to insert picture in my Ms rtf activeX control but Ms Access
does
not support Clipboard function for images (Getdata or setData ) . I
have
tried using code (clipboard image for Access I found on the net -
using API ).
That code required me to use image control as intermediary before
saving it on memory .

The result is okkay if image control is bigger than the image .
If the image which is to be copied , bigger than the image control ,
problem occured because the image
is surrounded by black background when inserted on rich textbox .

Is anyone knows how to insert picture on rich textbox control on Ms
Access form better ways ??
Thank you .

Hermawih

Nov 13 '05 #4

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