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    Hello All

    I've created a form to be used for reporting incidents, as such it takes the user through the process in a step by step manner and, where necessary, restricts the answers to Yes/No.

    My problem is that I'd like them to have the ability to add pictures if necessary, in order to better explain the incident. This can't be done in a protected form, so, how do I get around this?

    If it's not possible, would it be viable to use Excel and protect key areas?

    Thanks in advance.

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    You can insert section breaks, then specify which sections will be protected.
    Users will be able to insert pictures in unprotected sections.

    Another option is to create a macro that
    - Unprotects the document.
    - Displays the Insert Picture dialog.
    - Protects the document again.

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    Hans

    Thank You.

    Took me a while to work out the sections bit, but now I've got it the form works perfectly

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