How to rotate an image based on a cell value in Excel?
In Excel, we can rotate the image by dragging the mouse, but have you ever tried to rotate an image based on a cell value. For instance, the image will be rotated by 90 degrees if the cell value is 90 in Cell A1 as below screenshot shown.
Only a macro code can help you to rotate an image based on a cell value in Excel.
1. Type a value into the Cell A1 you will rotate the image by, and then activate the image you want to rotate.
2. Press Alt + F11 keys to enable the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window, and click Insert > Module to insert a blank new Module. See Screenshot:
3. Paste below code to the Module script, then press F5 to run the code. See screenshot:
VBA: Rotate image by cell value
Sub RotateImage() Selection.ShapeRange.IncrementRotation ActiveSheet.Range("A1").Value End Sub
Note: in the code, A1 is the cell you want to rotate the image based on, you can change it as you need.
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