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Old October 1st, 2003, 04:44 PM
VUILLERMET Jacques
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Default VBA : A picture from http://.../Image.gif

With Excel 2000, in a workbook, I want to show a picture (in a shape for
example) that I can pick up directly from an HTTP URL :

http://MyServer/MyImage.jpg

I don't want to store it, just declare a link with the URL.

I've tried with Shape/Hyperlink/PublishObjects but I can't.

How to do ?

(The final goal is a dynamic URL that I can change by VBA.)

Jacques.


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Old October 1st, 2003, 06:43 PM
Jake Marx
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Default A picture from http://.../Image.gif

Hi Jacques,

You can do it in VBA like this:

Sheet1.Shapes.AddPicture "http://server/folder/image.gif", msoTrue,
msoFalse, _
100, 100, 100, 50

Hopefully, you'll know the height and width, because those are required
arguments to the AddPicture method.

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Regards,

Jake Marx
www.longhead.com


VUILLERMET Jacques wrote:
With Excel 2000, in a workbook, I want to show a picture (in a shape
for example) that I can pick up directly from an HTTP URL :

http://MyServer/MyImage.jpg

I don't want to store it, just declare a link with the URL.

I've tried with Shape/Hyperlink/PublishObjects but I can't.

How to do ?

(The final goal is a dynamic URL that I can change by VBA.)

Jacques.


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Old October 1st, 2003, 09:24 PM
VUILLERMET Jacques
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Default A picture from http://.../Image.gif


You're right !

Thanks a lot !!!

Jacques.


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Hi Jacques,

You can do it in VBA like this:

Sheet1.Shapes.AddPicture "http://server/folder/image.gif", msoTrue,
msoFalse, _
100, 100, 100, 50

Hopefully, you'll know the height and width, because those are required
arguments to the AddPicture method.

--
Regards,

Jake Marx
www.longhead.com


VUILLERMET Jacques wrote:
With Excel 2000, in a workbook, I want to show a picture (in a shape
for example) that I can pick up directly from an HTTP URL :

http://MyServer/MyImage.jpg

I don't want to store it, just declare a link with the URL.

I've tried with Shape/Hyperlink/PublishObjects but I can't.

How to do ?

(The final goal is a dynamic URL that I can change by VBA.)

Jacques.




 




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