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Name:Alex Dybenko

Location:Moscow, Russia

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Working with images in Access

Besides ImageMagick, which you can use with any VBA host, as well as command-line shell code, just found that Sascha Trowitzsch, Access MVP, has a VBA module with GDI functions to work with images. The page on German, but can be easy translated to English using online translator.

And two more options to work with images: Kodak Image Controls and Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) tools.

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2 Comments:

Blogger info said...

As always, thanks for the link Alex.

9:19 PM  
Anonymous Max D said...

If you are not going to make some terrible things with images in your database, like "crop by half and invert all my pics", small component called AccessImagine can solve all your imaging needs.

It treats images as true JPGs, features auto-resampling, drag-n-drop, scanning, pasting from the clipboard and cropping - all this right to the database.

7:07 PM  

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