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The following VBA is at least pretty close to working. The picture appears slightly below the top of the cell, but that could be due to a narrow top boundary in the picture.
Dim picCurrent As Picture Dim shtPics As Worksheet Set shtPics = ThisWorkbook.Sheets(1) Const ksPic1 As String = "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Document +s\My Pictures\Sample Pictures\Blue hills.jpg" Const ksPic2 As String = "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Document +s\My Pictures\Sample Pictures\Sunset.jpg" Set picCurrent = shtPics.Pictures.Insert(ksPic1) Set picCurrent = shtPics.Pictures.Insert(ksPic2) Dim nHPos As Long Dim nVPos As Long Dim rTarget As Range Set rTarget = ActiveSheet.Range("F10") Dim nRow As Long Dim nCol As Long nHPos = 0 nVPos = 0 For nRow = 1 To rTarget.Row - 1 nVPos = nVPos + ActiveSheet.Cells(nRow, 1).Height Next nRow For nCol = 1 To rTarget.Column - 1 nHPos = nHPos + ActiveSheet.Cells(1, nCol).Width Next nCol picCurrent.Top = nVPos picCurrent.Left = nHPos
That would make the Perl something like:
use strict; use warnings; use diagnostics; use Win32::OLE; my $xl; $xl = Win32::OLE->new('Excel.Application'); $xl->{Visible} = 1; my $wb = $xl->Workbooks->Add; my $shtPics = $wb->Sheets("Sheet1"); my $picCurrent = $shtPics->Pictures->Insert("C:\\Documents and Setting +s\\All Users\\Documents\\My Pictures\\Sample Pictures\\Blue hills.jpg +"); my $nHPos = 0; my $nVPos = 0; my $rTarget = $shtPics->Range("F10"); for (1..$rTarget->Row - 1) { $nVPos += $shtPics->Cells($_, 1)->Height; } for (1..$rTarget->Column - 1) { $nHPos += $shtPics->Cells(1, $_)->Width; } $picCurrent = $shtPics->Pictures->Insert("C:\\Documents and Settings\\ +All Users\\Documents\\My Pictures\\Sample Pictures\\Sunset.jpg"); $picCurrent->{Top} = $nVPos; $picCurrent->{Left} = $nHPos;
Again, the Perl is untested.Update: tested, debugged & replaced the code.

Regards,

John Davies

In reply to Re^3: Adding pictures to Excel by davies
in thread Adding pictures to Excel by merrymonk

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