Header logo

I need to put a header logo but not from external file, I need to copy the logo that I have in a sheet in the workbook and put it in the header of some pages.

Is it possible?

Thanks
joanaplicacionsAsked:
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Patrick MatthewsCommented:
Excel only supports adding an image to a custom header/footer from a file.
joanaplicacionsAuthor Commented:
If I put the image in a header sheet, is it possible to copy it to the other sheets?

My problem is that I have to print sometimes with the logo and others without it, and I need to put it again without any file, as this excel will be used by diferent users. If I get it from a file I am forced to install the logo in the same path to each pc user.
Patrick MatthewsCommented:
Can you put the file on a network share?
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joanaplicacionsAuthor Commented:
Hello Matthews,

I can not put the file becouse is confidential and I do not think that my company would like it. I have done another file as example with the macro that I am trying tu use.
joanaplicacionsAuthor Commented:
Matthews,

Forget my question, doing the excel file for you I have found the solution. In fact it is very easy. Once you have loaded the image in the excel file, it remains even if I take it out to print without it, the only thing that has to be done to put it again in the header is to set again

.RightHeader = "&G"

and it appears!!! :)

As I thought that it was deleted at all I was looking a way to insert it again, but it is not necessary to do it.

Thanks

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