Pictures and Cells

Peter Pan

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I would like to be able to add a picture in Excel so that when you click on it, it will move you to a certain cell. We want to be able to map out office and when you click on an area, it will move you to the data for the area. Thank you in advance for any advice.
 

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Select your picture and go to insert --> hyperlink. Select "place in this document", select the sheet, and enter the cell.
 
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Insert picture, (You may need to build it from multiple pictures, or divide a single one into parts if you want multiple links). Right click on each segment, choose Hyperlink and then link to 'Place in this document'
 
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