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How to display a sql varbainary(max) field to MS Access form or report?

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I have an MS Access project and I am having trouble finding a way to display a .bmp image stored in a varbinary(max) filed of a SQL table on an Access form or report. Any ideas?
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The other post was worded differently and since you had answered that post "How to Insert a bmp" I thought maybe I needed a new post since I had a different problem now, that is "How to Display".  I got it to both to work now so thanks twice!.
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