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    Showing a picture from a list of pictures (97, 2000,xp,2003)

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    Many people keep part lists in Excel.
    Sometimes even with embedded pictures next to the part data.

    This article demonstrates a method to show a picture on a sheet that changes when a different part number is chosen from the list of available part numbers.
    Jan Karel Pieterse
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    Re: Showing a picture from a list of pictures (97, 2000,xp,2003)

    I didn't know you could do that. Thanks!

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    Re: Showing a picture from a list of pictures (97, 2000,xp,2003)

    And thank YOU for correcting the link.
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    Re: Showing a picture from a list of pictures (97, 2000,xp,2003)

    I think a "related" or "extension" of the technique is in <post#=291936>post 291936</post#> which gives pictures which are dependent on conditions in the cell...

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    Re: Showing a picture from a list of pictures (97, 2000,xp,2003)

    Yep, looks similar indeed. I produced a workbook (around 2001) showing the contact information of our Empoyee's council, including a dynamic picture using this method.
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