Hello! I'm sure this question has been asked before, but the answers I'm finding have to do with either charts or images from files, and I can't seem to get my code to mesh with anything I find.

I have a test report form in Excel that our technicians use to fill in the raw data. They then e-mail the document to me, I open the excel document, run a macro to open a Word document and all the raw Excel data moves to Bookmarks in Word. We do this to streamline the report process for the techs and still have a customer-friendly report. The code I have is working beautifully. However, I would also like to be able to have the techs embed a jpeg or bmp image of their signature at the end of the report and have that image also transfer to the Word document the way the text does. (I don't want to get into signature lines and verification and all that. I just want to treat the signature as an image.)

The code I currently have is this:
Sub FAReport()
Dim wdApp As Word.Application
Dim wdDoc As Word.Document
Dim cell As Range

Set wdApp = CreateObject("Word.Application")
Set wdDoc = wdApp.Documents.Add("C:\Users\FORTRESS\Desktop\FIRE TEST REPORTS\FA Report 8pg Summary Fill in 2015.docm")
wdApp.Visible = True
wdDoc.Goto(what:=wdGoToBookmark, Name:="Date").Text = Range("B2")

End Sub

The line "wdDoc.Goto(what:=wdGoToBookmark, Name:="Date").Text = Range("B2")" obviously is repeated several times to link each cell on the Excel report to a different bookmark in Word. Since there are over 100 fields, I took them out here for brevity.

So here is the root of my question:
The ".Text" in the code means that it's transferring text, sure. But to transfer an image that was embedded in the Excel sheet, can I change that ".Text" to something else?
I don't want to write a whole new code to grab the image from a file because #1- that image won't be on my computer (so it won't have anything to grab when I'm working on the form) and #2- our techs' tablets don't have full versions of Excel, so this raw form can't use macros in any way.
Is there a way to make this particular line of code work for an image?

Thanks very much for your advice!