Excel-VBA : Insert Multiple Images from a Folder to Excel Cells

Say you have many images in a folder and you want to insert all these images in your excel work book, one image in one cell. You can do it manually, insert and resize the image and drag it to the particular cell, but think of a scenario where you have more than 100 images or may be more. I am sure you don’t want to do it manually. IF you are looking for solutions for problems like this, this is the tutorial for you.

This tutorial will teach you about how to insert multiple images from a folder into your excel.

Steps:

  • Open a folder(which contains images) using “Scripting.FileSystemObject”.
  • Get the files in it.
  • Make a loop for all the files
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VBA-Excel: Add/Insert multiple objects from a folder in an Excel Document.

To Add or Insert Multiple objects from a folder in Microsoft Excel, you need to follow the steps below:

  • Create the object of FileSystemObject(Link)
  • Create Folder object using FileSystemObject and GetFolder (link) method and count the number of files.
  • Get the files Object
  • Run the Loop for each files in folder
  • Insert the File objects , using OLE objects.
  • Insert the added files name list in another sheet(just for reference)
  • Save the workbook

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FileSystemObject:OpenTextFile Method

FileSystemObject:OpenTextFile Method

Description :

This function opens a file and returns a TextStream object and later you can use that TextStream object to perform various activities on that file like reading or writing

Format :

objectOfFileSystemObject. OpenTextFile(filename[, iomode[, create[, format]]])

Arguments: 
  • objectOfFileSystemObject : FileSystemObject
  • filename:
    • Mandatory
    • Type: String
    • File needs to be opened.

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FileSystemObject : CreateTextFile Method

Description: 

This function creates a file and returns a TextStream object and later you can use that TextStream object to perform various activity on that file like reading or writing

Format :

objectOfFileSystemObject. CreateTextFile (filename[, overwrite[, unicode]])

  • objectOfFileSystemObject : As the names says, it’s a FileSystemObject.
Arguments: 
  • filename
    • Mandatory
    • Type:     String
    • File will be created with the same name what you will pass here.

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