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Rotate image on Access report

Posted on 2013-06-18
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Hello Experts,

I have an Access 2003 report, with several image controls.
The images are loaded at the Load event.

Now i need to rotate these images 90 degrees counter clockwise.
Does someone knows how to doe this?

With kind regards,

Gijsbert
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Question by:sonnevelt
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by:jjafferr
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Hi

This cannot be done with native Access :(

You can either Pre-Rotate the image/s , or I think there are some plug-ins that can do this.

jaffer
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by:Helen_Feddema
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Open them in an app that can rotate them (even the Windows Picture & Fax Viewer will do), rotate it, and re-save it, then re-import the images.
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Boyd (HiTechCoach) Trimmell, Microsoft Access MVP earned 500 total points
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There is a third-party control named DBPix that will do what you want.

See: http://www.ammara.com/support/help/html/mimagerotate.html

There is also this: http://access.bukrek.net/

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Stephen Lebans wrote:

The Image control does not expose a method to rotate the contents of the
control. If you must have this functionality then the easiest method that
would involve little or no programming would be to use a third party ActiveX
control that supports rotation. Search for the DBPix control.

If you do not mind coding a bit, the ImageClass on my site does support
rotation for the standard Image control.
http://www.lebans.com/imageclass.htm
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