VBA Excel - the picture is too large and will be truncated

Hi,

I have some code in Access that copies a range of rows (normally about 1000) into another sheet. All these rows contain is text & numbers. Having run the code a few times it worked fine but not it pops up with the following error message "the picture is too large and will be truncated".

Can anyone tell me what this is about? The only thing I can think of is my clipboard is full but otherwise have no idea.

Any help would be great once again,

Mark
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RichardSchollarCommented:
Hi Mark

I think it would be beneficial if we could see this code that is doing the copying.

Richard
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mcs26Author Commented:
Hi Richard

Please see the code below, I have to copy different sheets and ranges four times but they all have the same format as below. I have just inserted .CutCopyMode = False after copying and it seems to be running ok again now. However I would still like to know the actual cause.

.Sheets("AHYFND").Range("A5:I" & NRow).Copy            
.Sheets("Single_ISIN").Range("A" & LRow + 1).PasteSpecial xlPasteValues, xlPasteSpecialOperationNone, False, False

Thanks
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RichardSchollarCommented:
Well, there's nothing wrong with your code.  You say you are running this out of Access?  Maybe this is an Access-specific problem with using the Excel object library?  I'm afraid i doubt I can be of any further help so i will take a backseat and see what others post.

Richard
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mcs26Author Commented:
Ok, thanks anyway Richard
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RichardSchollarCommented:
Mark

I had a hunt around and found this post from someone (on another board) - I haven't tried it out, but it sounds plausible:

<<<<The reason for the error message, "The picture is too large and will be
truncated", is due to Microsoft's Clip Organizer. It tries to convert
anything that you copy into the clipboard into a picture format whether
you need it or not. I don't know how to avoid this, but if you're not
a fan of the Clip Organizer, you can remove it and then you won't get
the error messages anymore.

To remove the Clip Organizer, go to Control Panel - Add/Remove Programs
- Microsoft Office - Change - Add or Remove Features - Choose advanced
customization of applications - Next - Office Shared Features - Set
Clip Organizer to Not Available - Update.>>>>

Richard
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