|Apr 24, 2009, 01:32 PM||#2|
Insert -> Picture -> From File
Then just drag the corners of the picture until you're satisfied with its size and save the document.
You cannot change the format of the picture in excel.
|Nov 14, 2012, 07:50 PM||#3|
If you already have your file full of images (like I did) you can:
ctrl+click on the picture and "Save Image As"
save a .png to the desktop
then drag'n'drop those back into place on the xls document
save, and see how much you've compressed
Kinda tedious, but not as much as re-opening the files in photoshop and resizing (unless you know how to batch process files, but that's another thread I think).
In any case, I got my 32MB file down to 442KB.
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