Re: How can I pop up a picture when a cell is clicked on Excel?
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I am working on a schematic of an engineering drawing and I would like to be
able to have a picture of the piece of machinery pop up when I click a cell
that referrences it on the schematic from a picture library on the Excel book
I am in.
Can this be done? If so, how?
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