How to get a backgroundpicture in MDI-form that resizes when i change size on the form.
If i put a picturebox with a image on the picturebox cover my MDI-Childs.
How to send the picturebox to the back ?
Any other solutions ??
Anyone having a idea ???
This is my code:
Private Sub MDIForm_Resize()
On Error Resume Next
pic(0).Align = 1
pic(0).Height = Me.Height
img.Left = 0: img.Top = 0
img.Height = pic(0).Height: img.Width = pic(0).Width
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