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I have a Frame on my program's main form.  In this Frame I have a Picturebox and a Textbox.  Now I have button that when I click this button I want to dynamically add a new Frame with Picturebox and Textbox to the bottom of the form.

This is the code I have to add the controls.
  iCounter = iCounter + 1
  Load Frame(iCounter)
  Load imgPicture(iCounter)
  Load txtAdCopy(iCounter)
  imgPicture(iCounter) = LoadPicture(sFilename)
  txtAdCopy(iCounter) = sAdCopy
  Frame(iCounter).Top = (iCounter * Frame(iCounter).Height) - 100
  Frame(iCounter).Visible = True
  imgPicture(iCounter).Visible = True
  txtAdCopy(iCounter).Visible = True
  Me.Height = Frame(iCounter).Top + Frame(iCounter).Height + 900

Now when this executes I have get a new frame that appears in the correct location, but I don't have any Picture Controls or Textboxes.  I know they are being created, because I'm setting there values to something without any problem.  Where are they and how to I have to position them so that they are in the Frame.
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anthonyc earned 200 total points
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yes, you can do this:
set imgPicture(iCounter).container = frame(iCounter)


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by:Jagar
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Thanks that is what I was looking for.
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