When we export html data to excel it showing as "The linked image cannot be displayed. The file may have been moved, renamed or deleted.Verify that the link points to the correct path"?

PAVAN KALYAN PAVAN KALYAN 0 Reputation points
2023-05-02T04:55:22.74+00:00

While exporting the data from html page to excel...The images are downloaded properly and some are not downloaded and showing as "The linked image cannot be displayed. The file may have been moved, renamed or deleted.Verify that the link points to the correct path"?

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  1. Tanay Prasad 2,115 Reputation points
    2023-05-04T08:25:30.79+00:00

    Hi,

    When you export data from an HTML page to Excel, it's possible that some linked images may not be downloaded properly. This can happen if the link to the image is broken, the image has been deleted, or if there is a problem with the way the link is formatted.

    Here are a couple of things you can try-

    1. Check the link to the image: Ensure that the link to the image is correct and that it points to the correct location. If the image has been moved or renamed, you may need to update the link to point to the new location.
    2. Check the file format: Make sure that the image file is in a format that Excel can support. Excel can handle common image formats such as JPG, PNG, and GIF. If the image is in a different format, you may need to convert it to a format that is supported by Excel.
    3. Check the file size: Large image files may take longer to download and can cause issues with the export process. Try resizing the image to a smaller size or reducing the file size before exporting it to Excel.
    4. Check the security settings: Excel's security settings may be preventing images from being downloaded from external sources. Make sure that the security settings allow external content to be downloaded. To do this, go to File > Options > Trust Center > Trust Center Settings > External Content, and make sure that "Enable all data connections (not recommended)" is selected.

    I hope this works out for you.

    Best Regards.

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