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Embedding images into Database? Right now they are pulled across network

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Right now i have images on my server that are pulled every time a new form is opened. Is there a way to embed these images into the database so i dont have to rely on the network to be able to see them?
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You can embed the image(s) directly into the form(s).  This is what I do when I want an image or graphic displayed as part of the UI.  From the ribbon in design view choose image from the Controls section (button graphic has a mountain with sun above it).

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