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Hey, welcome back to the MrExcel netcast, I'm Bill Jelen. Basically you start out with massive amounts of data, say how you're going to analyze this. Well, let's fire up the pivot table and see if we can solve this problem.
All right, welcome back to the MrExcel netcast. I'm Bill Jelen. Today’s question from John talking about episode 322, isn’t that a long time ago where I showed how to add a comment that has a pop-up picture in a cell. John says, “Hey, I have a whole bunch of this I have to do. Very tedious to do at one at a time can we do a macro?” Well, I tried that. I turned on the macro recorder and said add pics recorded and I went through the steps to add a picture to one cell so that’s a new comment. Backspace through the text, choose the comment and then control one to format and then we come here, colors in lines. Hoping this drop down up to use fill effects or we choose picture, all right select picture now.
For this particular application all of this SKU’s have a picture in a particular folder. So it’s under sequel and Q image and then its starts with QI in the SKU. So j45271, bingo, there it is, click insert. Click okay, click okay and we’ll click away and now I can stop recording and you’ll see how this works now when I hover over the red triangle the picture pops up, very cool right.
Well, let's go take a look at that coat. We’ll come back here to develop our tab, visual basic and wow they record a lot of stuff here. There is the add comment and then they go through and change the font which is kind of silly because I got rid of all of that text and then use selection.shaperange.fill.userpicture, there we go. We’ve got now an interesting thing here and that’s the recorded code. I actually went back to the book “Learn Excel”, 97 through 2010 for MrExcel and out of 377 tips on this book there is VBA and exactly one tip and it’s the VBA that shows how to solve this problem. The code that is in the book is much simpler than the recorded code
Okay, for each cell in selection we’re going to select the range of SKU’s, figure out what the picture is and here’s where I have hard coded. It sequel and back slash my folder name, my prefix QI and cut made in the SKU and then finally .jpeg at the end, very simple with cell. Cell is an object variable as we go through each item in the selection. I'm on an object variable called cell.addcomment and then the .shape not shape range.fill.userpicture and there is our variable.
So let's give it a try, we’ll come back here and we’ll select the rest of the SKU’s. We’ll run that code. So macros add pics, click run, look how fast that was, added red triangles through out. As we hover we can see the picture for each individual SKU, isn’t that cool? Hey John, great question, luckily that one was in the book. So we’ll send you back for anyone who wants to see how to add one to episode 322 where we went through probably a bit slower and then for anyone who wants to see how to do that of course the add pics and by the way, guess I haven’t mentioned that you can always download that book for free. Now just go to MrExcel.com/previewSIG.html and now you can take a look at the book and figure out if you like it or not.
If you like it, go out and buy it, if you don’t what do you lose 60 seconds to download the whole book. Hey, I want to thank you for stopping by and we’ll see you next time for another netcast from MrExcel.