Here's how you can do it-
- In Access, create a table that includes fields for the data you want to associate with the images and a field to store the images. For example, you might have fields like "Name," "Description," and "Image."
- In Access, go to the "External Data" tab.
- Click "Excel" to create a linked table.
- Browse to and select your Excel file.
- Choose the worksheet that contains your table.
- Follow the wizard to link the table.
- Once you've linked the Excel table, create a new table or query in Access to import data from the linked table. This allows you to manipulate the data as needed before storing it.
- In Access, you can use an Attachment field to store images. In the table design, change the field type to "Attachment."
- You'll need to manually import each image from the linked Excel table to the Access table. Double-click the attachment field in Access to open a dialog that allows you to insert an image.
- After importing the images, make sure to update the other fields in the Access table as needed to match your Excel data.