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Uploading jpeg picture to ms access via Visual basic 6

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You can store the images in the Access database using an OLE Object field. This does increase the record size and consequently the database size.
Alternatively, you can store the images on a local drive/path and store the full path in one of the records. You can write VBA code to display (load ) images. This keeps the size of the database in check, but adds the onus to ensure images are backed up and not deleted through the file system.