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Hello,
I have a label form where a user can enter a part number and, using VLOOKUP, the part description and other items are displayed. I also have images saved in a folder on my computer of the parts stored and named by part number.
I've successfully got the ShowPicD function(by Damon Ostrander) working for just importing an image to a cell with a direct reference.
What is the vlookup command to import an image into a cell using the ShowPicD function?

Thanks in advance,
Vernon

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Hi Vernon,

I'm not sure I understand the question fully, however, with the available information, I can suggest the below approach:
Instead of trying to find a vlookup command to import an image, you can use the direct reference. Store the direct reference for each image. Then use the vlookup command to retrieve the direct reference and then use ShowPicD with direct reference (the second part is already working for you if I'm right). This way you can reuse the individual solutions you already have to arrive at the end result.

Hope this helps,
Gulshan.
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