I want to insert image on my userform, but I have problems with It. Image is originally .png and has no background, which is what I need.
Excel doesn't allow me to use .png, so I had to convert It to .jpg, but then background is included. Even that would be o.k., If I could somehow change picture background to "&H8000000F&" system colour, but failed to do that also.
So I tried with converting file to .ico, and again Excel recognizes It as invalid picture.
I just want to insert image, and leave background same colour as Userform.
Split from Open Image Using A String & Cell For File Name. what it looks like, but maybe I am not using the FollowHyperlink correctly?
Sub testFloodMap() Application. ScreenUpdating = False Sheets("FloodMap").Select 'Picture = ActiveSheet. Range("W4").Value This works manually with the path in "W4" 'Now I tried to use the FollowHyperlink next Application.FollowHyperlink "C:Documents and Settingsjim hutchMy DocumentsNarrative1My Appraisals2009-" & Sheets("Base").Range("B2") & "floodmap.jpg" Sheets("FloodMap").Select ActiveSheet.Pictures.Insert(Picture).Select Exists = Dir(Picture, vbNormal).....................
Sub Mailer() 'Sheets("BB Email Data").Select pathname = Range("A1").Value 'defines attachment Dim objol As New Outlook.Application Dim objmail As MailItem Set objol = New Outlook.Application Set objmail = objol.CreateItem(olMailItem)
I have the code which generates email through out look with customized subject and body of the letter, is it possible to insert the image(JPEG or any format) with text (not as an attachment) in body of the email, how to do it.
If FileName <> "" Then RDB_Mail_PDF_Outlook FileName, "email@example.com", "This is the subject", _ "This is the body of mail where i want to insert image" _ & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & "Regards Ron de bruin", False
I want a function that takes a URL string and then inserts a picture into the cell and fits it into the size of the cell (which I made square). The images are small but over 50 000 so it would be impractical to download them all; thus I want the spreadsheet to insert a specific one, based on my formula.
Tried a macro I found but it only gave the the '1004 Picture class' error.
So the function must be simple to use, maybe: ....
I have a worksheet (Covers) that is going to be the front and back covers for a binder.
The title/text portion is automatically filled from cells elsewhere in the workbook.
I have a button to bring up a userform that allows one to select the images (3 .jpg images) you wish to use on the cover pages.
I have code that successfully brings up the userform, and allows image selection and preview within the userform.
Now I want to insert these selected images into the worksheet, centered on specified cells and sized (zoom) to a maximum width/height (whichever is reached first).
Can a blank Picture be inserted with its size specified/fixed, then use code (Image1 = LoadPicture?) to change what is displayed?
Or do I have to calculate the size, center it on the page, and insert the image each time?
The code (in part) for the UserForm looks like:
Private Sub SelFcvrImg_Click()
Dim FCpicName As Variant ChDir ("S:DanBuilder Logos-Photos") FCpicName = Application. GetOpenFilename(Title:="Select an Image!", _ fileFilter:="Pictures (*.bmp;*.gif;*.tif;*.jpg),*bmp;*gif;*.tif;*.jpg") If FCpicName <> False Then InsertImgForm.FCoverImgPrvw.Picture = LoadPicture(FCpicName)
The UserForm has an Image (preview) with PictureSizeMode set to zoom.
I'm really after the same thing embedded in the sheet...
I am rotating an image on a userform by uploading different gif images to simulate the rotation. There is an annoying screen flicker around the image when changing images that I would like to get rid of if possible. how to get rid of the flicker or a different technique I could use to rotate an image? 1st attempt - uploading different pictures
For h = 1 To Sheets("Bar Contents"). Range("B" & ItemRow) Step 1 PictureLocation = ThisWorkbook.Path & "PicturesTransparent" & Sheets("Bar Contents").Range("C" & ItemRow) _ & " " & h & ".gif" GameUserForm.DrinkAnimation.Picture = LoadPicture(PictureLocation) Sleep 50 DoEvents Next h.........................
in a userform in Excel. As you might have guessed, I've created a macro that, depending on user inputs, can take a bit of time to run, and I want to display something to let the user know that Excel hasn't locked up. Ideally, this would be a sort of faux status bar like the one above that implies that there is work being done without necessarily actually indicating the amount of work completed (I figure that would be easier to code).
Do you have any recommendations about how to accomplish something like this? Ideally also I'd like to not have to download anything in order to make this work, as the spreadsheet is designed for others to use, so it would be inconvenient if they had to install an add-in or similar to get it to run.
I am looking to if there is anyway to move an image box using a mouse drag and drop action. I have put together a little example of what I am trying to work with and was wondering if anyone on here had any tricks to make this work.
I realise the drag and drop method only applies to the textbox and listbox but have seen some old code that can simulate the drag and drop by creating a border of some sort to illustrate where the image box is going to be placed and final just setting the properties of that image box to where the border is placed.
In the example type in a size in the width and height textboxs (I used 3000,3000) and then what I want to do from there is move the white box using the mouse within the blue box.
I currently have a VB macro written where under certain conditions user forms are shown for the user to select options, display messages, etc. When any of these forms are on the screen, and someone drags them, the menu image is 'dragged' across the screen. Is there a way from preventing this from happening?
i m sending image files via EMail attachment with VBA code. Though the images are 5Mb+ each and when sending 20+ on a 128k upload connection that takes a while. Is there a way that the images can be resized through vba and saved as a new folder. Or send the images to another program and pause the code until the resizing has been done.