Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'pictures'.

More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Windows 10 Community
    • Windows 10 News
    • Microsoft Chatter - All Things Redmond
    • Tutorials, Tips and Tricks
    • The Lounge....
    • Deals
  • Windows 10 Discussion Forums
    • General Windows 10 Support
    • Install, Upgrade and Config
    • Performance and Tuning
    • Network & Sharing
    • User Accounts and Family Safety
    • Software and Apps
    • Microsoft OneDrive
    • Microsoft Edge
    • Drivers and Hardware
    • Security
    • Windows Phone
    • Crashing BSOD Etc.
    • Gaming


  • Mobile
  • Windows 10 Tutorials


  • Windows 10 MVP Insider Blog
  • Tech Answers
  • Geek Zone

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start



About Me

Found 1 result

  1. Hello. Background: I use an Excel spreadsheet as my issue list for large installation projects (flour mills, food factories, etc.). I save it on my OneDrive so that I can access it on all of my devices, especially the iPad, when I'm running around the construction site. Problem: I want to have pictures of the issues in my spreadsheet. My understanding is that it is not possible to 'insert' a picture directly into a single cell (I think there would be issues with sizing of the pictures anyway, and the size of the spreadsheet itself may cause issues for manipulating it on the iPad/iPhone). Currently, I have my issue list spreadsheet saved in a folder on my OneDrive along with another folder that contains the pictures. Using my laptop, I make links in the spreadsheet to the pictures saved in my OneDrive, and I am able to open them on my laptop as long as I login to OneDrive. However, I am not able to open those links on my iPhone or iPad because the link path is to OneDrive via my laptop's disk drive (for example: C:\Users\Andre\OneDrive\...). Furthermore, if I share the issue folder to anybody else, they cannot open the links either. Question: Is there an efficient and effective way to somehow place, link, or attach pictures into an excel spreadsheet on OneDrive that are able to be viewed on all devices and by anyone that I share the spreadsheet to? (Kind of like how you make an attachment on an email).