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I have a SQL Server database with a field that is set as image. I know it displays pictures as another application accessing it displays photos from this field (iot is the only image field in the table). I cannot for the life of me get the photos to display in a standard access form.
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put regular Image control on form and state MyPic.PictureData=PicField in Current event.
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maybe you can try this control: http://access.bukrek.net/
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by:rawilken
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I tried AccessImage. It reports No Image for all the records I have checked! I am pretty sure each record has an image of some sort in it.

I have also created palin image, bound image, un bound image controls and not been successful with any of them.
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what do you have in image field? can you save it to a file (a small one) and post here... maybe it is an unsupported image...
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I finally go the AccessImage control to work!
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