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Export pictures from excel file into jpg using VBA


Export pictures from excel file into jpg using VBA

By : Victor Davis
Date : December 01 2020, 04:55 PM
it helps some times I have an Excel file which includes pictures in column B and I want like to export them into several files as .jpg (or any other picture file format). The name of the file should be generated from text in column A. I tried following VBA macro: , This code:
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how can i export to Standard excel file from jasper with the image and cell border and the excel file look likes normal

how can i export to Standard excel file from jasper with the image and cell border and the excel file look likes normal


By : Anthony
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue With the Above Function i have set all parameter thats helps me to achieve this..posting this for the people who have still problems to export excel file with jasper.thanx
code :
  private void SetExcelReportParameter(JRXlsExporter exporterXLS,
                JasperPrint jasperPrint, ByteArrayOutputStream byteArrayOutputStream) {

            exporterXLS.setParameter(JRXlsExporterParameter.JASPER_PRINT,
                    jasperPrint);
            exporterXLS.setParameter(JRXlsExporterParameter.OUTPUT_STREAM,
                    byteArrayOutputStream);
            exporterXLS.setParameter(JRXlsExporterParameter.IS_IGNORE_CELL_BORDER,
                    Boolean.FALSE);
            exporterXLS.setParameter(
                    JRXlsExporterParameter.IS_WHITE_PAGE_BACKGROUND, Boolean.FALSE);
            exporterXLS.setParameter(
                    JRXlsExporterParameter.IS_REMOVE_EMPTY_SPACE_BETWEEN_ROWS,
                    Boolean.TRUE);
            exporterXLS.setParameter(JRXlsExporterParameter.IS_COLLAPSE_ROW_SPAN,
                    Boolean.TRUE);

            exporterXLS.setParameter(
                    JRXlsExporterParameter.IS_REMOVE_EMPTY_SPACE_BETWEEN_COLUMNS,
                    Boolean.TRUE);
            exporterXLS.setParameter(JRXlsExporterParameter.IS_ONE_PAGE_PER_SHEET,
                    Boolean.FALSE);
            exporterXLS.setParameter(JRXlsExporterParameter.IS_DETECT_CELL_TYPE,
                    Boolean.TRUE);

            exporterXLS.setParameter(JRXlsExporterParameter.IS_IMAGE_BORDER_FIX_ENABLED,
                    Boolean.TRUE);
            exporterXLS.setParameter(JRXlsExporterParameter.IS_FONT_SIZE_FIX_ENABLED,
                    Boolean.TRUE);

            exporterXLS.setParameter(JRXlsExporterParameter.IS_IGNORE_GRAPHICS,
                    Boolean.FALSE);

        }
Code to Kill current Excel file, then Export to new Excel file without opening output file

Code to Kill current Excel file, then Export to new Excel file without opening output file


By : msalzillo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you That code has On Error Resume Next just before Kill xlFileName. That means if the Kill fails for any reason, it will fail silently.
I have no idea whether that issue contributes to your problem, but suggest you try it this way instead.
code :
'Delete Existing File First; then create new
'On Error Resume Next
If Len(Dir(xlFileName)) > 0 Then
    Kill xlFileName
Else
    ' xlFileName does not exist; no Kill required
End If
'On Error GoTo 0
Export Pictures Excel VBA

Export Pictures Excel VBA


By : Kuro Rida
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue This code is based on what I found here. It has been heavily modified and somewhat streamlined. This code will save all the pictures in a Workbook from all Worksheets to the same folder as the Workbook, in JPG format.
It uses the Export() Method of the Chart object to accomplish this.
code :
Sub ExportAllPictures()
    Dim MyChart As Chart
    Dim n As Long, shCount As Long
    Dim Sht As Worksheet
    Dim pictureNumber As Integer

    Application.ScreenUpdating = False
    pictureNumber = 1
    For Each Sht In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets
        shCount = Sht.Shapes.Count
        If Not shCount > 0 Then Exit Sub

        For n = 1 To shCount
            If InStr(Sht.Shapes(n).Name, "Picture") > 0 Then
                'create chart as a canvas for saving this picture
                Set MyChart = Charts.Add
                MyChart.Name = "TemporaryPictureChart"
                'move chart to the sheet where the picture is
                Set MyChart = MyChart.Location(Where:=xlLocationAsObject, Name:=Sht.Name)

                'resize chart to picture size
                MyChart.ChartArea.Width = Sht.Shapes(n).Width
                MyChart.ChartArea.Height = Sht.Shapes(n).Height
                MyChart.Parent.Border.LineStyle = 0 'remove shape container border

                'copy picture
                Sht.Shapes(n).Copy

                'paste picture into chart
                MyChart.ChartArea.Select
                MyChart.Paste

                'save chart as jpg
                MyChart.Export Filename:=Sht.Parent.Path & "\Picture-" & pictureNumber & ".jpg", FilterName:="jpg"
                pictureNumber = pictureNumber + 1

                'delete chart
                Sht.Cells(1, 1).Activate
                Sht.ChartObjects(Sht.ChartObjects.Count).Delete
            End If
        Next
    Next Sht
    Application.ScreenUpdating = True
End Sub
How to export all favorited pictures from Photos.app and movies to a zip file

How to export all favorited pictures from Photos.app and movies to a zip file


By : leachry
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps If we open up the scripting dictionary for Photos and search for “favorite”, we see the following:
code :
tell app "Photos"
    export every media item in favorites album to [export location here] ¬
        using originals true
end
set quoted_out_location to quoted form of POSIX path of [export location here]
do shell script "zip -r " & quoted_out_location & space & quoted_out_location
Export Pictures Excel VBA in original resolution

Export Pictures Excel VBA in original resolution


By : P. Ling Lim
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need As the newer filetypes .xlsm and .xlsx is actually a zip file, it's possible to have the workbook save a copy of itself and change the extension from .xlsm to .zip. From there, it can look inside the zip's xl/media folder and copy out the actual image files which will include metadata, etc.
For my purposes, since it changes the image filename (not filetype) inside the zip, I'm working on how to be more specific about renaming the image files based on workbook content (i.e., their placement in the workbook) as I copy them out for the user.
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