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How can I crop a BMP file with VBA (under Access 2007) ?

PS. Pls don't suggest VB.Net Codes.
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by:Luis Pérez
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And why are you publishing your question under the Microsoft Visual Basic.Net zone?
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by:3_S
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What do you want to accomplish
-reduce filesize
-reduce size of image (number of pixels) (or get a part out of the image?)

You still want a bmp output or can this be something else (like jpg)?
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by:Crawler77
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Nice question Roland.
I'm pretty new to EE and couldn't find a spesific zone for VBA. If you know please inform me.

3_S;

I just want to get a spesific part of it (With spesific coordinates).
It can be BMP or JPG whichever suits you.

Thanks in advance...
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Really nice free tool. Thanks.
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