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Excel form with picture object

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I am creating an Excel user form with a picture.
My question is this: Once I have selected a picture is the picture embedded into the form so when I use this spreadsheet elsewhere the picutre remains?
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Harry Lee earned 500 total points
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fh_freese,

Yes, the picture is embedded in the excel file and will stay with the user form even if it is being use on another computer.
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perfect
thank you
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