How to: Use AutoExcel features to change the picture in an Excel workbook We can change the picture based on any column position in the workbook, or on a single cell. This Excel tutorial will teach to how to use features of Excel that allows you to change the picture by specifying a cell location and image type. Sep 24, 2022 — AutoExcel (Windows) — Picture Editor features: Click to open, open with or close, delete, drag, and drop, move, paste. Click on the picture for more info on the features of this editor. How to Change Picture in Excel (2 Easy Steps) Step 1) You need to create an image (.png, .jpeg, .tif, .gif, etc.) in Excel or any other image editor. Step 2) Then, you need to open an Excel workbook. Then, you need to click the picture you want to change, then drag the image, and drag the picture to wherever you want. Step 3) The change takes effect. Example: Let say you want to change the picture color, which is in the same column. You have to have the image in the same column as the number of the column (i.e., a column with 5 columns). The below image is a color change example: How to Change Picture in Excel with AutoExcel — Step 1. Insert the Picture (.png, .jpeg, .tif,). The Picture is then on the “Other” worksheet. Create a new worksheet, select the column(s), then add the image you want to change. Change picture to any color by clicking on the image, then move it to any other cell. To view the change of the color of the picture, then expand the picture on the cell on the “Last” worksheet. How to Change Picture in Excel with AutoExcel — Step 2. Delete the original picture then place the new picture onto the current worksheet. Here we want to delete the original picture, and only place the new picture on the “Last” worksheet. Right-click on the “Last” worksheet. Go to “Format”. Type “Copy” in the “Format Cells” field in the “Format Cells” view on the right. Then (or “Paste” or “Paste & Replace”) select the original picture from the “Other” worksheet.