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select the ole object field and select insert » object from the menu. select either: click ok. if you selected the create from file option, browse to and double-click the file you want to insert and click ok.
Open the form that displays your attachments, and locate the record to which you want to attach a file. Select the attachment control the control that is bound to the Attachment field. Click the View Attachments button (the paperclip icon) to open the Attachments dialog box. In the dialog box, click Add.
The OLE Object data type allows you to store complex data, such as pictures, graphs, or sounds, which can be edited or displayed through a dynamic link to another Windowsbased application. The Hyperlink data type lets you store a simple or complex "link" to an external file or document.
If you want users to be able to insert files on a Microsoft Office InfoPath form, you can use a file attachment control on your form template. Users can use this control to attach files to your form, and the files are then encoded and saved with the form data.
Open the form that displays your attachments, and locate the record to which you want to attach a file. Select the attachment control the control that is bound to the Attachment field. Click the View Attachments button (the paperclip icon) to open the Attachments dialog box. In the dialog box, click Add.
By default, users can attach any type of file to their form, except files such as .exe files, which InfoPath blocks for security reasons. To limit the types of files that users can attach to their forms, do the following: Double-click the file attachment control. Click the Data tab.
You can copy the shared link of the slide in pdf from Google drive then set permission to anyone can view. You'll be able to add the shared link of your slide pdf on your forms when writing a question or heading for your forms.
You can upload an image, take a snapshot, direct the form to a URL, browse your Albums or your Drive, or do an online search for an image. Once you upload or select your image, it will be incorporated right into the question.
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