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Strange Image behavior

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I did some experimenting with images and found the following.

I read a jpg file into an ImageFrame on a report with this code
Me![ImageFrame].Picture = "D:\MyPhoto\IMG_6733.jpg"
Result: Picture shows up, but a bit blury

I open the same jpg file in MS Picture Manager and copy and paste it into MS
Word. I then copy and paste the picture from MS Word straight into the
Access report.
Result: Picture shows up with a significant better quality (less blury)

I'd rather use option 1 since that will prevent the mdb from getting too
large, since I need the same image on every report.

Does someone perhaps know what's going on here?
Thanks,
John
Mar 1 '08 #1
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"John" <jo**@smith.comschreef in bericht news:fq**********@textnews.wanadoo.nl...
>I did some experimenting with images and found the following.

I read a jpg file into an ImageFrame on a report with this code
Me![ImageFrame].Picture = "D:\MyPhoto\IMG_6733.jpg"
Result: Picture shows up, but a bit blury

I open the same jpg file in MS Picture Manager and copy and paste it into MS
Word. I then copy and paste the picture from MS Word straight into the
Access report.
Result: Picture shows up with a significant better quality (less blury)

I'd rather use option 1 since that will prevent the mdb from getting too
large, since I need the same image on every report.

Does someone perhaps know what's going on here?
Thanks,
John
Check the property SizeMode of the Imageframe

Arno R

Mar 1 '08 #2

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