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I am writing a mini CAD program and would like to put a scalable ruler vertically and horizontally. Does anybody know of such a control that I can purchase/shareware/freeware
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Why not just draw it on your form? Is simple enough to do. Then it will scroll with the rest of your drawing.

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You  can try the slider control as it is located in the common control library. (project/components/Microsoft Common Controls)

or you can go to www.component-source.com.
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The slider control is not really suitable. I tried to go to www.component-source.com but I kept getting another site www.arrow.com ?

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