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    Unable to link Picture on Win7 computer

    I am Using VB5 to create a bitmap picture of a customer and store it in a folder on either "Program Files" or the "C" drive. When I try to link the picture into a form created by Crystal Reports it shows the picture used to create the report instead of the linked picture from the folder on the C drive or Pgm Files. I have set compatability mode on my VB pgm to XP.

    This only happens on Win7 computers. Works fine on XP computers.

    What is the solution?

    Really need help on this!!! Thanks!

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    Re: Unable to link Picture on Win7 computer

    Try storing the pictures in another folder as C:\MyPictures
    JG


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    Re: Unable to link Picture on Win7 computer

    I tried puting it in folder C:\DEI-Email but that didn't work, same as putting it in a folder in Program files.

    What else could it be?

    I really need to fix this!!! Thanks for the help!

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    Smile Re: Unable to link Picture on Win7 computer

    Problem Solved. Got a copy of Access 97, created a new database with an object field, loaded the picture into the new database field, and put the picture into my Crystal Repart as a database field instead of trying to link the picture in.

    Thanks for your help!

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