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Excel finally has a function that enables you to insert images into cells with formula it supports all the standard image file types and you can reference them in formulas sort them filter them even do a reverse image lookup and more now its currently only available in the Microsoft 365 beta channel so the function may change slightly before its generally available as Microsoft take on feedback during the testing phase all right lets take a look the image function syntax starts with the source which is the URL now you can either reference a cell containing the URL or you can wrap it in double quotes and enter it directly into the formula Im using a link to an image of the United States flag from flagpedia.net Ill just note that the URL path must use the https protocol and currently it cant be a SharePoint or OneDrive link and it also doesnt support locally stored files but hopefully that changes before it becomes generally available now the alt text is optional Ill enter the fl