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I want to make a screensaver using personal pictures.  I don't have any idea what code I would use to scroll through the images, one by one, using a timer.  Does anyone know how to do this??  I have searched and searched for examples using images instead of drawing lines to no avail!  Thanks!
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by:miriam
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What version of VB do ya use?
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So sorry for not adding the version of vb! :)
I use vb4.0 standard edition.
Thanks!
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Quick question - can you convert from VB1 code?  (I've got VB1 code for what you want)
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No, sorry, I'm a beginner...teaching myself. :(
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Either email me ( mknickelbein@gsls.com ) for the code (in VB1 format) or just go to this place:  http://members.xoom.com/saverman/slideshow.html  
It offers exactly what you are trying to make.  It is what I use.  It is freeware.  Really nice program.
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I have a VB4 screensaver application that runs a slide show.  It is very simple and easy to understand.  I have created a much simplified version of my program so that I could send it to Microsoft support when I was trying to get a technical problem solved. It is a small zip file that I can send as an email attachment.  You may find it useful.
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