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A Class Module for storing Images from folder for reuse in Excel Workbook Excel VBA

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    A Class Module for storing Images from folder for reuse in Excel Workbook Excel VBA

    I am importing csv data and images from a folder into a temporary Excel workbook, which is used for readying the data for reporting purposes and resizing the data-related images. I then plan to import this data and corresponding images into my current workbook.

    With ADO, i am able to import the csv data from the temporary workbook into my current workbook, BUT NOT THEIR CORRESPONDING IMAGES to generate different reports.

    I came to know that a Custom Class Module can store objects for later use. My question is, is there a way to store the pictures directly from the folder into a Class Module by the picture name (instead of inserting them into the temporary workbook), for later use for generating reports in current workbook?

    e.g. a Class Module to hold the pictures till the current workbook is open (maintain active session).

    Is this possible?

    http://www.vbaexpress.com/forum/show...book-Excel-VBA
    Last edited by junoon; 02-15-2020 at 10:54 AM.

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    Re: A Class Module for storing Images from folder for reuse in Excel Workbook Excel VBA

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