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Scale an image on quickreports??

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I want the quick report form to show any image that is on it with the correct aspect ratio and also if the images true dimensions are bigger than the qrdbimage I have set up then it will scale down to fit.
Any help would be appreciated.

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Mike Ross
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When I want to do that with Images I set the Autosize = True and the Stretch = True.  I see the qrdbImages doesn't have the Authosize property so the only thing I can think of is to use the normal qrImage and just load the database image into it on record change.

Hope it works

Elfrieda :)
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I would like the image to be shown with the correct aspect ratio.
ANy ideas how to do this.
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