Question about Microsoft Access 2002 for PC
I want to show a different picture in each record. I have inserted a picture from a file in my picture column in my table..the column is set up for ole objects. It shows up as a package...when I make a report it only shows the picture description..At one point I got the picture but they were all the same pictures (don't know how I did it.) I'm confused about bound and unbound...I just want to link it so I don't use up space on my "C" drive, but won't the pictures show on my report? Confused for quite some time...Any help would be appreciated...Thanks, Susan
A bound object is an object displayed within a field of a record in a table. Access can display the object in a form or print it on a report. A Bound object is bound to an OLE object data type field in a table. If you use a bound object in a form, you can add and edit pictures record by record.
An Unbound object is not stored in a table, it is placed on the form or report. An Unbound object control is the equivalent of a label control. To display the object for each record, you must place that field in the Details section of the form or report. Does this help?
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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