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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are Form 2220 Attach

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Welcome to another free tutorial brought to you by access learning zone comm in this tutorial I'm going to teach you how to display images on your access forms and reports without actually having to store those images in your database when you store picture files inside of database fields your database can get very very big very very fast and of course a big database becomes a slow database especially if you're using it across a network so in this lesson I'm going to teach you how to store just the file name of an image in your database and then have access automatically display that picture using an image control we're going to start by designing a very simple table I've got employee ID my auto number first name last name an employee picture field now this is just a standard text field we're going to store the file name and path to the employees picture now go ahead and put some first names and last names in the table and for the employee picture field we're going to put in the file name with the complete path to the pictures that we want to represent each employee now I created a folder on my desktop and I threw some random pictures in it here you can find the complete path to the folder right there C colon backslash users Richard desktop pictures I'm going to copy that to my clipboard with ctrl C and I just named each one of these pictures after the employee Bill Joe mark and so on so come back to your table paste in that full path name and then its backslash Jo dot jpg for this one continue on for each of the employees this one is mark and you can...

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