How to feet an image in a Picture Box

Posted on 1999-07-29
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Last Modified: 2010-05-18
Hi all!
I'd like to put a 800x600 image or whatever other resolution image in a 60x60 picture box, and I don't know how Can I feet it to the picture box... is there any property? is there any source code to do it?
Question by:familine
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Bring it into an image box with stretch = true and 60 x 60 then copy it to your picture box using BitBt API, then you can save the new image to a new.bmp

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Use an Image Control instead and set the stretch property to True

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