Connect a picture to a cell

The image below it what my objective is. I created it manually.
In the attached workbook on the Main Menu the user selects Category that lists Topics associated with that Category and when the Topic is selected a brief Description is provided. In the attached workbook I have only 1 Topic - Line Charts where I've entered in a Description. Is it possible that when a Description is displayed then a picture of the particular chart is also displayed that is associated with the Topic? I tried embedding an image where I enter the Description but nothing appeared.
Picture to cellExcel-Dashboards-Rev.xlsm
Frank FreeseAsked:
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
You can put a picture in a cell but I believe you need to first Insert a shape/picture. You might be able to do that but IMO you are going a bit overboard because I assume that the user can see the same picture and more by double-clicking the Topic.
Frank FreeseAuthor Commented:
You're correct on all points.
However, let's say that in the section under Description I insert a shape. How would one tie a particular picture to the shape to the Topic. Or can they?
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
You can probably figure out how to do it on a one-time basis on a sheet. If so do it again while recording a macro and then extract the code from the macro and it to your current Main sheet code and modify it so that it's generalized for different pictures.

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Frank FreeseAuthor Commented:
I like that idea! Thank you (may not move on it but it helps me to remember to try creating macros first)
Frank FreeseAuthor Commented:
thank you kindly - much appreciated
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