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Export a Graphic to Excel Spreadsheets

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What would be the easiest way to export a graphic (I have yet to
determine what type of graphic, .jpg, bitmap....) however im open to
suggestion, also how can i export my graphic so that it appear in the
Excell spreadsheet?

Oct 24 '07 #1
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Since you are posting here I assume that you are creating this Excel
spreadsheet in a VB.Net program. If that's the case I have done this
recently and can find the code and post it here if you'd like. BUT ... what
I found after doing all the work (research mostly) to add my .jpg files to a
spreadsheet is that the pictures did not sort with the rest of the row.
This still astounds me, but I did some Google newsgroup searches and found
that this is a known problem/behavior. I should add that my application is
not using the latest Excel, so maybe this problem/behavior has been
fixed/improved. Depending on the intended use of the spreadsheet you are
producing maybe you could use a link to the jpg/graphic instead. That's not
as nice as a click is required to see the graphic but does not have the sort
problem. Just let me know if you'd like me to post the code I mentioned.
And if you find that the problem with sorting graphics does not exist in the
latest Excel please let me know via the newsgroup.

Bob

"cmdolcet69" <co************@hotmail.comwrote in message
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What would be the easiest way to export a graphic (I have yet to
determine what type of graphic, .jpg, bitmap....) however im open to
suggestion, also how can i export my graphic so that it appear in the
Excell spreadsheet?

Oct 25 '07 #2

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On Oct 25, 9:33 am, "eBob.com" <faken...@totallybogus.comwrote:
Since you are posting here I assume that you are creating thisExcel
spreadsheet in a VB.Net program. If that's the case I have done this
recently and can find the code and post it here if you'd like. BUT ... what
I found after doing all the work (research mostly) to add my .jpg files to a
spreadsheet is that the pictures did not sort with the rest of the row.
This still astounds me, but I did some Google newsgroup searches and found
that this is a known problem/behavior. I should add that my application is
not using the latestExcel, so maybe this problem/behavior has been
fixed/improved. Depending on the intended use of the spreadsheet you are
producing maybe you could use a link to the jpg/graphicinstead. That's not
as nice as a click is required to see thegraphicbut does not have the sort
problem. Just let me know if you'd like me to post the code I mentioned.
And if you find that the problem with sorting graphics does not exist in the
latestExcelplease let me know via the newsgroup.

Bob

"cmdolcet69" <colin_dolce...@hotmail.comwrote in message

news:11**********************@i38g2000prf.googlegr oups.com...
What would be the easiest way toexportagraphic(I have yet to
determine what type ofgraphic, .jpg, bitmap....) however im open to
suggestion, also how can iexportmygraphicso that it appear in the
Excell spreadsheet?- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
Bob, sorry for the late replay. I would really Appreciate if you could
post the code. That way i can see if this will work for me.
Thanks again!
Nov 29 '07 #3

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Look for the message I posted to this newsgroup on 9/6/2007. (I had
forgotten that I had posted it.)

Good Luck, Bob

"cmdolcet69" <co************@hotmail.comwrote in message
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On Oct 25, 9:33 am, "eBob.com" <faken...@totallybogus.comwrote:
>Since you are posting here I assume that you are creating thisExcel
spreadsheet in a VB.Net program. If that's the case I have done this
recently and can find the code and post it here if you'd like. BUT ...
what
I found after doing all the work (research mostly) to add my .jpg files
to a
spreadsheet is that the pictures did not sort with the rest of the row.
This still astounds me, but I did some Google newsgroup searches and
found
that this is a known problem/behavior. I should add that my application
is
not using the latestExcel, so maybe this problem/behavior has been
fixed/improved. Depending on the intended use of the spreadsheet you are
producing maybe you could use a link to the jpg/graphicinstead. That's
not
as nice as a click is required to see thegraphicbut does not have the
sort
problem. Just let me know if you'd like me to post the code I mentioned.
And if you find that the problem with sorting graphics does not exist in
the
latestExcelplease let me know via the newsgroup.

Bob

"cmdolcet69" <colin_dolce...@hotmail.comwrote in message

news:11**********************@i38g2000prf.googleg roups.com...
What would be the easiest way toexportagraphic(I have yet to
determine what type ofgraphic, .jpg, bitmap....) however im open to
suggestion, also how can iexportmygraphicso that it appear in the
Excell spreadsheet?- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -

Bob, sorry for the late replay. I would really Appreciate if you could
post the code. That way i can see if this will work for me.
Thanks again!

Dec 1 '07 #4

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