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Posted 14 May 2013Thanks for the help Mr. BobRodes
Posted 8 May 2013If the file is too large, then the problem is probably with the file, not ImageExpress (I've never used it though). Can you edit the file in any way before loading it? If so, you might want to find ways to compress them or convert them to a different format.
Yes the file is the problem because it is very large.. I was trying to create a conversion program but I didn't start yet.. i don't know how to convert or compress this jpg file. I want to make the size smaller and that's solve the problem..
Hi. I have already try to convert the images but the converted image is low quality and now they decide to not use any converter. So now I'm really to make a solution on this problem using vb6. I want to make my program faster even if the images is too big.. they also recommend that I will going to use dual monitor because of large images..
I hope that anybody here can help me in my problem.. thanks
Posted 8 May 2013My image is too big.. and when I've try to convert it using a converter app the result is low quality. Yes I really want to move to VB.NET and I already installed it in my computer at home.. but the main problem is I dont have any knowledge in VB.NET.. yes I believe that i can learn this but my program is very rush and is badly needed. I dont know if i can finish this using vb.net until tomorrow because this is the first time I will use VB.NET to create my program.
Posted 7 May 2013Thank you so much for the help. I've already finish my program and it works perfectly
Posted 5 May 2013Thanks for the help.
Quoteyou could manually create the Excel file as a template,
I will follow this idea that you gave.. I know its a big help for me because this is needed this afternoon.
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