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IanRM2005

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Hi

I'm using Office 2019 on a Windows 10 64bit PC.

Is there a way to insert a picture into a cell in Excel, please? I know I can insert a picture into a spreadsheet but I want it to be within the cell so the the cells to the right can relate to it - for example, if I was inserting a picture of a shirt, the picture might be in a cell called 'Description' while the cells to to the right might be 'SIze', 'Colour', 'Manufacturer' and 'Price'.

Is this possible, please and if so, how?

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Hello! It does not appear that Excel has that capability. You can add a picture that floats over the cells, but not in the cells directly.

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IanRM2005

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Hello! It does not appear that Excel has that capability. You can add a picture that floats over the cells, but not in the cells directly.

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Hi. In that case, is it possible to do it in a table in Word? (Not that I'm keen on using tables in Word!) I'm concerned that if the pictures in Excel only 'hover' they may move out of position & therefore no longer be next to the information that relates to them. Thank you.
 
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BUT, it can be done in Excel.
Go to the Insert Ribbon, and the Illustrations, there you will be give choices for the source and type.

That should get you what you want.

And Yes, you can do what you want using MS Word.
 

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If you are not using excel to create formulas and sums / totals, etc then Word would be better. You can then paste a picture in the cell.

You can copy/paste the excel sheet once you are done so you can add it.
 
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