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http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AtYqY5WGbQ5-dFR3MmU4dzhYa2xEWGVjMFl1WTR5aWc&hl=enTh bertengoele 5/16/10 9:45 PM
This is my spreadsheet.  The images are uploaded and displayed, but after a while they dissapear and an X appears in the image box.  How to solve this quickly?  Thanks






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Re: http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AtYqY5WGbQ5-dFR3MmU4dzhYa2xEWGVjMFl1WTR5aWc&hl=enTh ahab 5/17/10 2:38 AM
This is a side-effect of a new feature in the converter of Excel to Google Docs spreadsheet. Apparently the images are placed on the googleusercontent.com server but in a somewhat flaky way (technically: 'too many redirects').

If I had to solve this problem my method would be - assuming you still have the original images available on your computer - to insert these all in a a Google Docs text document. Then I would Preview the text document as a Web page, copy an image URL and - in the spreadsheet - use Insert->Image and insert the just copied URL. Then repeat this for all other image URLs.