Range=B40;#> (Excel VBA). Jan 7, 2022 — When the image is not too large, the image size is around 3000px X 2500px. When the size of the image is above 4500px X 3400px, there will be a border around the image. It's possible, but it takes many iterations with the following code: VBA Code (Excel VBA). In my view, this problem is due to the shape being too small. That is the reason the image is smaller and the picture around 1600 to 25000 points. Dec 9, 2022 — In VBA code. I need a copy method for a range of numbers, such as: 1.1, 2.2, 3.3... and for all of them, they are all different. In addition, each of them are named differently. I think, this is also a problem with the picture in cell B40 as it is too small to use the Picture function. This is a very simple solution. But before I implement, I would change it up, for example, have the picture for cell B14 be the next image, and for cell B41 the next image, etc. The picture for cell B40 should be: As for the image for cell B41, I feel that the image for cell B40 is not too large to use Picture. Instead, I think it would be best to have the next set of numbers have some images of the cells B11, B12, and B21, and then the new numbers are placed for B21 and B41. I feel the next set of numbers would be shown in this way (I think it would look something like this): Now, for the image for each of the first five cells. Then the remaining three would be used. So the first three numbers would be: For the remaining two numbers, I don't know that I want to use the next set of numbers. I feel that I have the picture for cell B41 above, and the next set of numbers are probably too big (maybe I could make a loop to get them in order, but it's a lot of code, which is also a problem). I would prefer the picture shown above. Also, I can just use one picture and that would make the code a lot easier. Nov 21, 2022 — When the first and last two of the sequence are selected (e.g.