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Microsot Access 2010 show imge in form

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Can anyone help me out I doing a Stationery database with photos are save in a folder on the C:\ drive.  what I am trying to do when someone pick item number red pen item number is 63987 then the photo will show up in the object frame, the photos are save as the item number as a bmp. can any one help
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crystal (strive4peace) - Microsoft MVP, Access earned 250 total points (awarded by participants)
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use an Image control. Access Image Control
Store filename in Access and set ControlSource of the Image to:
="C:\path\" & [ImgFilename]

WHERE
"C:\path\" is the path to the files
ImgFilename is a field in the table with the name of the file, including file extension

 -- alternately, you can construct the filename from your item#
       ="C:\path\" & [ItemNumber_Fieldname] & ".bmp"

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Also, where do they pick the Item Number from ... is this a listbox or combobox, etc.???

Then you would use the AfterUpdate Event of your control to change the path to your image in the Image Control on your Form Object.

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