Now the range you selected as image is saved in the same location as the workbook. This method is great when the workbook is saved in a file format different from the table format that you need to save the image. The image size is saved as a variable, so be sure to keep in mind when you paste the image in an Excel workbook that you have not added a picture in the original image area that's copied. The image and the work book location remain the same. VBA to save image in Excel, image in file — excel tips.net Dec 28, 2023 — This is the 4th tip that I have seen about how to set up an image in Excel. The first four methods are to convert the column as an external image, export the data as an image, to create a range, or to use the same image in both locations. I want to explain how to save the image in the range using the VBA command that I have mentioned in two previous posts. I used VBA code to save a cell range from my Data Sheet as a picture with a location of data sheet, and then saved the same as a .JPG image in the same location on the same sheet. Furthermore, I had a question on how to save a table with all the data in one table. It is easy to figure out if the data array can be saved, but how to save the images? I used a VBA macro to do this for me. How to Convert Range to Image in Excel, Image in a Workbook — thespreadsheetguru Mar 18, 2023 — Here is a really cool idea of how to save a range in one image format and one table in the same location. This is especially useful for saving data and images from a workbook. VBA to create image in Excel from Excel Table — Excel Tips and Hacks Apr 07, 2023 — I am using Excel 2, so I tried this method with both the Image and Table format. I was wondering if any other users had experience with this method, and if it could be easily tweaked to work with other workbooks. Here below I would like to mention the image in this tutorial will be in an array format.