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Is there any way to make a scrolling with a Picturebox?
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Question by:JCAR
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Create the first picture (picOwner)
Create the second picture (picReal) inside the first one, and set it's autosize property to true.
Put two scrollbars on the edges of the container pictures.
In the Change event of the scrollbars put:
picReal.Top=-scrV.Value
picReal.Left=-scrH.Value
Load the picture into picReal at runtime.
In the resize event of the picturebox put some code to show/hide the scrollbars as needed.
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by:irmantasn
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You can find example here:

http://www.vb-helper.com/HowTo/scrwin.zip
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