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    I have my music albums in an Access database. For each Album record, there is a Hyperlink field with contains a jpeg (contained in a separate folder) of the album cover. When I click on the hyperlink, the album cover picture is displayed (not surprisingly) in Internet Explorer. Is there some way I can force Access to show the picture in Windows Photo Viewer instead of IE?

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    See if the registry tweak described in Hands on: Hyperactive hyperlinks works for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Visser View Post
    Is there some way I can force Access to show the picture in Windows Photo Viewer instead of IE?
    Wouldn't it better just to show the picture in a Image control within the Access database itself (assuming you are viewing the data via a form)?
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    John



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