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Access Tip: Download Images from Web
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   6/26/2012 10:00:00 AM

Any of you who have been around 599CD for the past couple of years have probably run into Alex in the Forums. He has been doing a great job of helping out around here, volunteering his time in the Forums, answering TechHelp questions, writing handbooks for me, and lots more.

Well, Alex put together an Access Tip Video that I think is really cool. He shows you how to set up an Access database and with a little VBA download all of the images from a web page to your PC. He uploaded it to YouTube:

- TIP: Download Images from a Website to a Folder

Make sure you check it out and comment below.

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Alex Hedley - 6/16/2017
Added as a Tip page for easier searching.
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andrew tse - 4/17/2015
i found your tip very useful.   may i know where to download it?


Reply from Alex Hedley:

I'll try and look out the db, was a few years ago so not sure where it is.
You could follow along with the video and make it yourself, it'll give you a better understanding of how it works. Read More...
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vinod singh - 11/20/2014
I like this products


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Thanks
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rahim - 6/27/2012
with so great thanks
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MUBEEZI M - 6/27/2012
Wow!
Other than manuplating text on a website, now i can manuplate images...Thank you Alex.
I think i can use this principle to restore the default logo of my application..just in case it is deleted. Read More...
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