My xl WS has the same icon located in different cells of the same WS column. When one of those icons is clicked, I need to (1) obtain the row value within which the clicked icon was located AND (2) call a macro.
MY current FALL BACK SOLUTION is to make the xl cell within which the icon resides sufficiently WIDE for the user to double click part of the cell that is not occupied by Icon. This returns row and column values (via WS Double Click Event), but the user maneuver yields a poor user-experience!
I add icons to xl cells via automation:
With Range(Cells(rn.row + 1, 7), Cells(rn.row + 1, 1))
ActiveSheet.Shapes.AddPicture "D:\aaThink_Build\Thk_Building\xlImages\Fish.jpg", msoCTrue, msoTrue, .left, .top, -1, -1
ActiveSheet.Shapes(ActiveSheet.Shapes.Count).height = .height
But even if I could (??) add the row/col values as icon FILE PROPERTIES (during automation) , I still dont know how to extract that information from the icon that is clicked. The icon files are .JPGs, but that can be changed.