Excel Macro take photo code into SSIS VBNet

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Excel Macro take photo code into SSIS VBNet

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I have excel selection that I would like to take photo then add to email body, In SSIS vb.net I can select & paste but not the takephoto tool

oBook.ActiveSheet.Range(oBooks.Application.Selection, oBooks.Application.Selection.End(-4161)).Select() oBook.ActiveSheet.Range(oBooks.Application.Selection, oBooks.Application.Selection.End(-4121)).Select()

oBook.ActiveSheet.Shapes.AddShape(, 390.0#, 104.25, 72.0#, 72.0#).Select()

'oBook.ActiveSheet.Shapes.Range(Array("Picture 1")).Select()
'oBook.Application.CutCopyMode = False

Anybody assist, urgently need a solution.

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Excel Macro take photo code into SSIS VBNet

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Re: Excel Macro take photo code into SSIS VBNet

Post by jvierra »

Your question is vague.

VB.Net? This is a scripting forum.