OLE Object In Access
Hi Guys. I'm hoping someone could help me here.
I have an OLE Object in my Access DB. Ole Object is a picture.
I have My table set up like this
Make Model Picture
Now Make will be Volco, Model will be FH Range and Picture will be a picture of that Volvo. I set up the Picture as an OLE Object. How can i import that picture into Visual Basic, Into a listview control. I have written my code to connect to the DB. This is what my code is.
Dim strModels As String
Set MyRecSet = MyConn.Execute("SELECT * FROM Model Where make = '" & lstSpecSubManufacture.Text & "'")
Do Until MyRecSet.EOF
strModels = MyRecSet.Fields("model")
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