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Dynamic Picture Alteration

Posted on 1998-12-28
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How do I complete the command:
Picture1(x).Picture = ?????

This is for when I am trying to dynamically alter the value
of a picturebox during the execution of the program.
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Use the following:

Picture1(x).Picture = LoadPicture(filename)

ex:
Picture1(x).Picture = LoadPicture("C:\MyProject\Logo.bmp")
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