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Address List With Picture In Excel

Excel address book with image

We have added the feature of adding pictures for records to Excel address list userform that we developed earlier.

The user can add the desired image to the selected record by clicking the “Add Image” button on the userform.The image is displayed in the Image control on the userform. When an image is added, the original dimensions of the image are specified in a msgbox.

excel address list with image

The VBA codes we use to add images for our Excel address list: excel address list with image

Dim ara As Range, dosya As Variant
Dim MyDirectory As String

MyDirectory = ThisWorkbook.Path

If TextBox1 = "" And TextBox3 = "" Then
MsgBox "Not Any Item Selected", vbCritical, ""
Exit Sub
Else
 ChDrive Left(MyDirectory, 1)
ChDir MyDirectory
dosya = Application.GetOpenFilename(FileFilter:="," & "*.jpg;*.gif;*.jpeg;*.bmp;*.GIF;*.JPG;*.tiff;*.tif", _
        Title:="Please Choose An Image")
       
    If dosya = False Then
    MsgBox "Image Not Selected", vbCritical
        Exit Sub
    Else
        Image2.Picture = LoadPicture("")
        Set ara = Sheets("liste").Range("B:B").Find(ListBox1, , xlValues, xlWhole)
If Not ara Is Nothing Then
        Sheets("liste").Cells(ara.Row, 14).Value = yol & dosya & uzanti
        Image2.Picture = LoadPicture(yol & dosya & uzanti)
        TextBox15 = Sheets("liste").Cells(ara.Row, 14).Value
        If Not (TextBox15 = Empty) Then
 
 resimgen = GetImageSize(TextBox15)(0)
 resimyuks = GetImageSize(TextBox15)(1)
 End If
 If resimgen > Image2.Width Or resimyuks > Image2.Height Then
 Image2.PictureSizeMode = fmPictureSizeModeStretch
 Image2.Picture = LoadPicture(TextBox15)
End If
  
If resimgen <= Image2.Width Or resimyuks <= Image2.Height Then
 Image2.PictureSizeMode = fmPictureSizeModeClip
 Image2.Picture = LoadPicture(TextBox15)
 End If
    End If
    End If
    End If
    MsgBox "The picture you selected has been successfully added." & vbCrLf & "" & vbCrLf & "Original dimensions of the image that you added:" & vbCrLf & "Width:" & " " & resimgen & "px" & vbCrLf & "Height:" & " " & resimyuks & "px", vbInformation, ""MyDirectory = ThisWorkbook.Path

If TextBox1 = "" And TextBox3 = "" Then
MsgBox "Not Any Item Selected", vbCritical, ""
Exit Sub
Else
 ChDrive Left(MyDirectory, 1)
ChDir MyDirectory
dosya = Application.GetOpenFilename(FileFilter:="," & "*.jpg;*.gif;*.jpeg;*.bmp;*.GIF;*.JPG;*.tiff;*.tif", _
        Title:="Please Choose An Image")
       
    If dosya = False Then
    MsgBox "Image Not Selected", vbCritical
        Exit Sub
    Else
        Image2.Picture = LoadPicture("")
        Set ara = Sheets("liste").Range("B:B").Find(ListBox1, , xlValues, xlWhole)
If Not ara Is Nothing Then
        Sheets("liste").Cells(ara.Row, 14).Value = yol & dosya & uzanti
        Image2.Picture = LoadPicture(yol & dosya & uzanti)
        TextBox15 = Sheets("liste").Cells(ara.Row, 14).Value
        If Not (TextBox15 = Empty) Then
 
 resimgen = GetPictureSize(TextBox15)(0)
 resimyuks = GetPictureSize(TextBox15)(1)
 End If
 
If resimgen > Image2.Width Or resimyuks > Image2.Height Then
 Image2.PictureSizeMode = fmPictureSizeModeStretch
 Image2.Picture = LoadPicture(TextBox15)
End If
  
If resimgen <= Image2.Width Or resimyuks <= Image2.Height Then
 Image2.PictureSizeMode = fmPictureSizeModeClip
 Image2.Picture = LoadPicture(TextBox15)
 End If
    End If
    End If
    End If
    MsgBox "The picture you selected has been successfully added." & vbCrLf & "" & vbCrLf & "Original dimensions of the image that you added:" & vbCrLf & "Width:" & " " & resimgen & "px" & vbCrLf & "Height:" & " " & resimyuks & "px", vbInformation, ""
Dim ara As Range, dosya As Variant
Dim MyDirectory As String

MyDirectory = ThisWorkbook.Path

If TextBox1 = "" And TextBox3 = "" Then
MsgBox "Not Any Item Selected", vbCritical, ""
Exit Sub
Else
 ChDrive Left(MyDirectory, 1)
ChDir MyDirectory
dosya = Application.GetOpenFilename(FileFilter:="," & "*.jpg;*.gif;*.jpeg;*.bmp;*.GIF;*.JPG;*.tiff;*.tif", _
        Title:="Please Choose An Image")
       
    If dosya = False Then
    MsgBox "Image Not Selected", vbCritical
        Exit Sub
    Else
        Image2.Picture = LoadPicture("")
        Set ara = Sheets("liste").Range("B:B").Find(ListBox1, , xlValues, xlWhole)
If Not ara Is Nothing Then
        Sheets("liste").Cells(ara.Row, 14).Value = yol & dosya & uzanti
        Image2.Picture = LoadPicture(yol & dosya & uzanti)
        TextBox15 = Sheets("liste").Cells(ara.Row, 14).Value
        If Not (TextBox15 = Empty) Then
  resimgen = GetImageSize(TextBox15)(0)
 resimyuks = GetImageSize(TextBox15)(1)
 End If
 
If resimgen > Image2.Width Or resimyuks > Image2.Height Then
 Image2.PictureSizeMode = fmPictureSizeModeStretch
 Image2.Picture = LoadPicture(TextBox15)
End If
  
If resimgen <= Image2.Width Or resimyuks <= Image2.Height Then
 Image2.PictureSizeMode = fmPictureSizeModeClip
 Image2.Picture = LoadPicture(TextBox15)
 End If
    End If
    End If
    End If
    MsgBox "The picture you selected has been successfully added." & vbCrLf & "" & vbCrLf & "Original dimensions of the image that you added:" & vbCrLf & "Width:" & " " & resimgen & "px" & vbCrLf & "Height:" & " " & resimyuks & "px", vbInformation, ""

excel load image As seen in the above VBA codes ; for convenience, we have assigned the image path to a hidden textbox(TextBox15) on the userform. We used this textbox (TextBox15) to upload images to the image control (Image2) on the userform. vba load picture Image2.Picture = LoadPicture(TextBox15)

MyDirectory = ThisWorkbook.Path
ChDrive Left(MyDirectory, 1)
ChDir MyDirectory
 
          With these codes in the procedure, the workbook’s folder is opened by default folder for the image upload folder. If user want, can choose another folder to add image. I recommend that the pictures you add with the workbook are in the same folder. Thus, when you change the location of the folder or move the template to another PC, you will not have a problem viewing images.The path of the picture is added to column N of the record selected in the worksheet.excel path of image

excel image zoomWhen this button is clicked on the userform, the picture is displayed in a newly opened userform in its original size. The image’s path is specified as the caption of the userform. It is enough to click once on the picture to close the opened userform (the original size of the picture).

If the image is not in the referenced folder or the image path is wrong, a warning is given with msgbox to prevent errors in the operation of the program.vba image not found warning on msgbox

We used the following function that we added to the module to learn the original dimensions of the picture: excel function to get image size

Function GetPictureSize(ImagePath As String) As Variant
    
    'Returns an array of integers that hold the image width and height in pixels.
    'The first element of the array corresponds to the width and the second to the height.
    
    'The function uses the Microsoft Windows Image Acquisition Library v2.0, which can be
    'found in the path: C:\Windows\System32\wiaaut.dll
    'However, the code is written in late binding, so no reference is required.

    Dim imgSize(1)  As Integer
    Dim res         As Object
    
    'Check that the image file exists.
    If FileExists(ImagePath) = False Then Exit Function
    
    'Check that the image file corresponds to an image format.
    If IsValidImageFormat(ImagePath) = False Then Exit Function
    
    'Create the ImageFile object and check if it exists.
    On Error Resume Next
    Set res = CreateObject("WIA.ImageFile")
    If res Is Nothing Then Exit Function
    On Error GoTo 0
    
    'Load the ImageFile object with the specified File.
   res.LoadFile ImagePath
    
    'Get the necessary properties.
    imgSize(0) = res.Width
    imgSize(1) = res.Height
    
    'Release the ImageFile object.
    Set res = Nothing
    
    'Return the array.
    GetPictureSize = imgSize

End Function

Function FileExists(FilePath As String) As Boolean
   
    On Error Resume Next
    If Len(FilePath) > 0 Then
        If Not Dir(FilePath, vbDirectory) = vbNullString Then FileExists = True
    End If
    On Error GoTo 0
End Function

Function IsValidImageFormat(FilePath As String) As Boolean
    '----------------------------------------------
    'Checks if a given path is a valid image file.
    '----------------------------------------------
    Dim imageFormats    As Variant
    Dim i               As Integer
                
    'Some common image extentions.
    imageFormats = Array(".bmp", ".jpg", ".gif", ".tif")
                    
    'Loop through all the extentions and check if the path contains one of them.
    For i = LBound(imageFormats) To UBound(imageFormats)
        'If the file path contains the extension return true.
        If InStr(1, UCase(FilePath), UCase(imageFormats(i)), vbTextCompare) > 0 Then
            IsValidImageFormat = True
            Exit Function
        End If
    Next i
  End Function

📥 Sample file can be downloaded here