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I need a picture in my form....

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I realize this must be a basic question but I have tried several things and I still get an icon instead of the picture. It should be a dependent object (i.e. employees photo) and should not be embedded (i.e. data in internet SQL server). How do I set it up?
Thank you in advance,

May 3 '09 #1
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Maybe this article in our Access "Insights" sectrion will help.

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May 3 '09 #2

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Try changing the Display Type Property of the Object Frame to Content instead of Icon
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  1. Properties of Object Frame ==> Data Tab ==> Display Type = Content
May 3 '09 #3

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I think i've got it but whay is the default resolution of Access images i.e. dpi.
By the way thank you very much to all who posted replies.
May 3 '09 #4

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what is the default dpi of access images?
May 10 '09 #5

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