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Old 04-02-2009
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How to display image from the web in ACCESS

Hello,

I would like to display an image in the Access from the web, but not in the form of a hyperlink, instead an image should be displayed,please help me in achieving that,I searched a bit on the net, not find something with which I could go ahead.

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Re: How to display image from the web in ACCESS

Hi there,

Why you do not copy your image on your disk? Can you let us know which version you are using so that we will give some suggestions on it.
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Re: How to display image from the web in ACCESS

Hello,

In fact I can not copy the image as it is updated dynamically, hence the need to point directly above, not a location where it is stored and whenever anyone try to access that image that image should get opened in the bigger view is it possible to do that, and Regarding Access I'm in the SP1 version 2OO2.

And also let me know whether this thing is possible to achieve in any other Access version.

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