There is only one object and it spans/covers a goodly number of cells; it was inserted from a file, and takes space like a chart.GS wrote:
What is "follow its position"?GS wrote:
One has to GET the image first. At present i have no way to transfer >>>>> the fifth iobj as an image to anything, so it is moot.Computers are supposed to be able to automate repetitive (programming) >>>>>>> tasks.
I create 200 different "Picture 3" (fifth iobj) and need to print >>>>>>> each one.
But i cannot print even one without code to do that.
For me to screen capture each one is manifestly stupid for me. >>>>>>>
Do you have any clue as to what excel code to use for printing that >>>>>>> object?
What I do with ScreenCapture has nothing to do with what you want to do >>>>>> print-wise. IF YOU PUT A PAGE BREAK AFTER EACH IMAGE as I suggested and >>>>>> use normal print process, individual pages will be printed ONE IMAGE >>>>>> PER PAGE!
Not understanding your meaning here; - if the image is already on a
worksheet then just follow its position with a PageBreak so the normal >>>> printing process outputs 1 image per page. Isn't this what you want?
So far, there is no "normal printing process"; i do not know what
method or process or ... to use for printing.
Ok, assuming your image objects are on a worksheet and are oriented
top-to-bottom, the cell where the image object is inserted should also
contain a PageBreak so when you use Excel's Print process there will be one >> image object per page. (You'll be able to see this in the PrintPreview
Therefore, a page break will have no effect - that would be behind the image/picture.
And there is no "PrintPreview pane", never ever seen one in 7 years.
Stupid mmmmmmmm... what code is needed to print a chart?
Perhaps i could fumble that to print either the object or the picture, since those are the same image.
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