I have a product catalog in SQL Server.
One supplier of products has changed their logo and product labels and I need to update 300 products.
I have VB.Net and MS Access at my disposal and know how to write code.
I have a folder full of all the new images for the products.
Here is what I would like to do - or to be given suitable alternatives.
I would like a window with 2 sides. The left side is a list of all products. The right side are thumbnails of the images. Then you click and drag an image from the right on top of a name on the left. I would like it to update the image path & name for that product and remove the image from the right hand side.
This way you could drag and drop your way through them all.
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