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I am drawing bars in picture boxex representing data from the database. I have pic2 as container, and pic(1)... are the bars using load picture(i) loop where i is the number of items. it is working ok. when i delete one item, it is deleted from the tabble but the bar is still showing. i tried pic2.cls, .refresh no use, i need a way to refresh these bars and only show what is in the dbase. the worst scinario when the table is empty, i can not refresh till i quit the programme and reload it which is silly. so any one can help if i was understood!!

thanks
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Erick37Commented:
Use Unload Picture1(i) to remove the "bar" when you are done with it.
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AnswerTheManCommented:
you can also switch the pictures BKG color. to hide- make th color as the container picture color. to Show - to some other color.
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Erick37Commented:
Or set the .Visible property False.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Set pic2.Picture = LoadPicture("")
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sml41Author Commented:
a solution will work, but i have plenty of work to do there

thanks
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