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Word macro: Add photos as a list

 

With this macro, you can select photos from your photo directory and automatically paste it into Word.

The photos are automatically adapted to the width of the page of your Word document and converted into a small storage format.

While the photos are reduced size of approximately 4 MB 0.5 MB memory allowing Word further use.

The photos as small thumbnails in the subfolder of the Word document available are also when storing the Word as Word.html.

 

As a video tutorial, how the macro works:

 

 

Here the macro code to insert into your Word document as your own macro

 

Public Sub a0_Insert_Photos_by_Selection()

    '-----------------< a0_Insert_Photos_by_Selection() >-----------------

    '--< Import-Dialog >--

    Dim objFiledialog As FileDialog

    Set objFiledialog = Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFilePicker)

    objFiledialog.AllowMultiSelect = True

    objFiledialog.ButtonName = "Import Images"

    objFiledialog.Filters.Add "Images Photos", "*.jpg"

    objFiledialog.Title = "Select the photos.."

    If Not objFiledialog.Show() = True Then

        Exit Sub

    End If

    '--< Import-Dialog >--

 

 

    '--< Kontrolle >--

    '</ Ordner ist leer >

    If objFiledialog.SelectedItems().Count = 0 Then

        Exit Sub

    End If

    '</ Ordner ist leer >

 

    Selection.TypeParagraph

    On Error Resume Next

 

    '-------< @Loop: Insert all Images >--------

    Dim objInlineShape As InlineShape

    Dim sFilename As String

    Dim iFile As Integer

    Dim iMax As Integer

    iMax = objFiledialog.SelectedItems.Count

    For iFile = 1 To iMax Step 1

        '------< Loop.Item  >------

        DoEvents

 

        '< get selection >

        sFilename = objFiledialog.SelectedItems(iFile)

        '</ get selection >

       

        '----< Insert Image  >----

        '< insert picture from Link >

        Set objInlineShape = ActiveDocument.InlineShapes.AddPicture(FileName:=sFilename, LinkToFile:=False, SaveWithDocument:=True)

        '</ insert picture from Link >

       

        '--< replace as png >--

        '*reduce memory 1 MB to 1kb

        '< cut >

        objInlineShape.Select

        Selection.Cut

        '</ cut >

 

        '*pasteBitmap is much smaller

        Selection.PasteSpecial Link:=False, DataType:=wdPasteBitmap, Placement:=wdInLine, DisplayAsIcon:=False

        '--</ replace as png >--

 

        '< add spacer >

        Selection.TypeParagraph

        Selection.TypeText Text:=" "

        '</ add spacer >

 

        If Err.Number <> 0 Then

            MsgBox Err.Description

            Err.Clear

        End If

        '----</ Insert Image  >----

        '------</ Loop.Item  >------

    Next

    '-------</ @Loop: Insert all Images >--------

 

 

 

    '-------< @Loop: create all JPG Thumbnails >--------

    '*create png Bitmaps and jpg thumbnails when saved as website

    For Each objInlineShape In ActiveDocument.InlineShapes

        objInlineShape.Line.Style = msoLineSingle

        objInlineShape.Line.Weight = 1

    Next

    '-------</ @Loop: create all  JPG Thumbnails >--------

    '-----------------</ a0_Insert_Photos_by_Selection() >-----------------

End Sub

 

 

You will find the very small thumbnails in the subdirectory of your Word document if her this as word.html stores.

 

 

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