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AddPicture Null Reference error

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32354 Jul 27,2005 07:21 PM UTC Jul 27,2005 10:53 PM UTC Windows Forms 1
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Tony Vargas
Asked On July 27, 2005 07:21 PM UTC

I have icons that I want to add to each row and doing it using the file name works, but really degrades performance so I wanted to use either the Stream or Image overload methods, but whenever I use one of them I get a null reference exception. "An unhandled exception of type ''System.ArgumentNullException'' occurred in syncfusion.excelrw.base.dll" I have verified that the input is not null in either the Stream or Image methods. Thanks, Tony

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Replied On July 27, 2005 10:53 PM UTC

Hi Tony, I am afraid, I was unable to see the problem in this test sample ImageInEachRow.zip Could you please take a look at this sample and let me know if you see the problem.If not, please modify the sample to reproduce the issue. Thanks, Stephen. >I have icons that I want to add to each row and doing it using the file name works, but really degrades performance so I wanted to use either the Stream or Image overload methods, but whenever I use one of them I get a null reference exception. > >"An unhandled exception of type ''System.ArgumentNullException'' occurred in syncfusion.excelrw.base.dll" > >I have verified that the input is not null in either the Stream or Image methods. > >Thanks, > >Tony

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