It's pretty simple: Note: If you don't have Irfan View (or if it's in a different directory), you'll need to modify the Viewer constant.
By the way, I highly recommend Irfan View as your default image viewer. Start by selecting a range, a chart, a shape -- or anything else that's selectable in Excel. Irfan View (or your other program) will appear with the copied data. By the way, copying is a what-you-see-is-what-you-get thing.
Any picture that can be copied to the Clipboard can be pasted to an object's Picture property. The trick here is to copy the chart as a picture: Click the chart, press Shift, and choose Copy Picture from Excel's Edit menu.
In this case, the time is five seconds from the current time (change this interval by modifying the argument for the Time Value function).When pasting a chart, it's important to understand that the picture is not linked to the original chart.So if the chart changes, the picture will not change. cities, and then displays a comparison chart for the following variables.I'll research this a bit more and possibly give it a try. If your read my previous reply to Alpha Frog, it may be possible to make three different tables for each ledger. Category: Charts & Graphics | [Item URL] A companion file is available: Click here to download This tip presents a highly interactive workbook, without a single macro. Category: Charts & Graphics / General VBA | [Item URL] This tip describes how to create a splash screen for a Excel workbook.