In Access view all images listed on Form

This Access Form contains two controls named: ImgLoc and ImgApprove.
ImgLoc is text that contains filepath and name of image.  Example:  c:\image\image1.jpg
ImgApprove is a checkbox.

This Form will contain multiple rows of various images located in various locations on my local hard drive.

On this Access Form want to Click a button and display (in a separate window) thumbnails of all images listed on this Form along with the image's ImgApprove checkbox.

Any ideas or examples on how this can be accomplished?
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Click a button and display (in a separate window) thumbnails of all images listed on this Form along with the image's ImgApprove checkbox.

How would that be any different from simply displaying the multiple images on the same form that you have already? (that already displays the multiple paths?
Simply add a "Picture" control on the form and set the controlsource to: ImgLoc

In any event,
You could make another (nearly) Identical continuous form. (with the same recordsource as the main form)
Put a Picture control on it (along with the imgLoc and ImgCheckBox controls)
Picture ControlThen set the controlsource of the Picture control to: imgLoc

Then put a button on your main form to open this new form.
Use code like this to open the new form:
Docmd.OpenForm "YourNewFormName"

This should get you started


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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
glad I could help.

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