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Is it possible in VBA or VB.net to ftp a range as an image to a website?
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You can copy a range as a picture in VBA and export it to file, then you could upload that file. To do that you can either use API calls (search for Stephen Bullen and PastePicture for a module you can use) with savepicture or you can use the CopyPicture method of a range and paste it into a blank chart, then use the chart's export method.
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For the FTP component, if you have VB it would ship with Microsoft Internet Transfer Control in which case you could use this script in Excel Upload File Using FTP
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Thanks for the help
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