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Scale a bitmap to a picture control

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How can I scale a bitmap so that it fits into a fixed length and with picture control (a sort of Zooming function) ?

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Filip
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If you use an image control insted a picture box control, you can change the stretch property to true, and your picture will be zoomed.
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Cool !  I didn't know that.  Is there any way that I can
actually zoom (parts of) a picture ?
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I'm not sure, but if you know about Bitmap file format, maybe you can be able to really zoom the image.
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