Excel hyperlink formula via a picture

RedBorg

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Hi,
I've got a cell that contains the following formula: =HYPERLINK('SheetName'!M5),
And instead of seeing the hyperlink text I that cell, I'd like to use a small picture to click on. Please advise
 

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My Aswer Is This

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Office Version
  1. 2013
Platform
  1. Windows
1. Insert you picture
2. Right click on the picture
3. Choose Hyperlink
4. Select the sheet and type in the range
 

RedBorg

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I thought about that and I did try it, however, I have a several hyperlinks in a column that pre-construct themselves based on different cells throughout a few pages, and when clicked on, take you to where certain screenshots are located. These hyperlinks are already formed and ready to use. I would rather see a little camera pic to click on vs seeing the ugly text. Is there a way to do this that would also allow me to just have it in a vba form to do simulate me clicking on that hyperlink?
 

RedBorg

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What I think I'm looking for is a Personal VBA Macro that will allow me to use several times in my several workbooks.
 
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