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Posted on 1998-10-30
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I have a series of pictures that I copied out of a Word document and pasted into the form.  They display fine onscreen but when printed the first picture comes out and none of the others are displayed.  The box of the picturebox is printed however, just no content.
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by:Techneonate
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If you can answer by 6:00 EST 10/30 I will toss in an extra 50.
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by:MorFF
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Have you tried a series of pictureboxes, one for each of the series of pictures?

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by:janeausten
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hi, can you post your code?
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can9999 earned 50 total points
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There are two method...

1. Make images of word doc to file, and then load to control or
   form.

2. If you want to print images which copied from clipboard to       form or picture box,   you must use "PaintPicture" method to
   print out. (if you don't use this method, you always view emp
  ty area.)


   
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by:janeausten
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hi, can you post your code?
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by:Techneonate
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The first and second suggestions are actually the same thing.  If you cut or copy the picture from the document into a Paint picture and save it as a bitmap, then insert it to the form it works just fine.  If you just copy it straight to the form it is stored as a metafile, of which apparently one one per form prints.
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