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I would like to use a dropdown list or a click box to add a specific picture
in my excel sheet. So for example it I choose car form the list and picture
of a car appears and it I pick boat and picture of a boat appears. I know
how to use and make dropdown lists and I know how to add pictures, but can’t
figure out how to combine these features.

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One way:

http://mcgimpsey.com/excel/lookuppics.html


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I would like to use a dropdown list or a click box to add a specific picture
in my excel sheet. So for example it I choose car form the list and picture
of a car appears and it I pick boat and picture of a boat appears. I know
how to use and make dropdown lists and I know how to add pictures, but can’t
figure out how to combine these features.

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hi
not sure if this will help you out or not. not sure if this is what you what
but maybe, if nothing else, you can get some ideas.....
http://www.mcgimpsey.com/excel/lookuppics.html

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I would like to use a dropdown list or a click box to add a specific picture
in my excel sheet. So for example it I choose car form the list and picture
of a car appears and it I pick boat and picture of a boat appears. I know
how to use and make dropdown lists and I know how to add pictures, but can’t
figure out how to combine these features.

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Hello,

1- Without VBA

-Assume products in column I and photo in column J
-Create names range with avec Insert/Name/Define

Product:=Offset($I$2,,,CountA($I:$I)-1)
Photo:=Offset($J$2,,,CountA($I:$I)-1)
Adr: =INDEX(Photo,Match($B$1,product,0))

-Select picture in B2:
-In formula bar: =Adr
-Valid with Enter

http://cjoint.com/?brkZ1rtRRz

2 With VA

http://cjoint.com/?brk0qEaJcJ

JB
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On 15 jan, 04:09, s1ick wrote:
I would like to use a dropdown list or a click box to add a specific picture
in my excel sheet. *So for example it I choose car form the list and picture
of a car appears and it I pick boat and picture of a boat appears. *I know
how to use and make dropdown lists and I know how to add pictures, but cant
figure out how to combine these features. *




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