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OLE using Picture Publisher 5

I would like to start off by saying i'm in no way an expert by any
means. I've had access since 97 and way back then set up a database
for eBay stock. i had the old micrografx picture publisher program
also installed. i got bloat i guess it's called due to the jpgs
unbound in my form view, to get around this and still have pictures i
created a start up database then just copied and renamed it for the
different items on eBay, postcards, record albums, coins, pottery, art
etc as i needed them. anyway i've just upgraded my camera and the
format is now not supported by picture publisher. i knew for years i'd
have to change it some day and i guess now is the time. i have office
2003 if i uninstall picture publisher what will happen to my ole
field? or is there a way to have access forget about the picture
publisher program for ole objects and use the pix fax viewer. i plan
to just have a html link that opens with the pix fax viewer. actually
got it to work on a test database but the application program was
still that old picture publisher program. i hope this makes sense to
someone as to what i'm trying to do. That old picture publisher
program let me keep a decent thumb in my forms even after i upgraded
to 03. but now it won't read my camera jpgs due to extra property tags
as to camera make settings etc now attached to my pictures, well i
went around and around enough. thanks in advance for anyones help

Sep 5 '07 #1
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On Sep 6, 4:33 am, mclew...@hotmail.com wrote:
2003 if i uninstall picture publisher what will happen to my ole
field? or is there a way to have access forget about the picture
publisher program for ole objects and use the pix fax viewer. i plan
Take the photos out of the mdb and put them in the filesystem. Display
them on the Form and Report thus:

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=285820

See:

http://www.lebans.com/oletodisk.htm
http://www.granite.ab.ca/access/imagehandling.htm

Although storing photos in the OLE Object field can be convenient for
the operator, you are at the mercy of these problems.

Sep 5 '07 #2

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