i want to build a comics studio

Hello my name is Tal , and I am building a comics studio ,with Visual Basic
And I really need help in the following subjects:

1) How can I display an image (like a picture of a man  bmp picture) on a form that already
     contain a background picture, in a way that the image will be display on the form without
     his own background  ,or that the image will be  display on the form with a transparent background
     so I can see the image and the picture on the form like it is a one picture.
2)  Are they are some “Already made ActiveX “ that I can use with my comics programming
      in the subject of multimedia or in the subject of  stretching a bmp pictures to the size and the
      angle that I want to.
3)  Are they are another things  that I can use in my programming ,or that can help me .

I know that I am asking  you  a lot of questions ,but I really need  your help.
I appreciate if you will help me.
Thank you very much…..TAL ELEMELECH.  

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mcriderCommented:
You could try the image control in the Microsoft Forms 2.0 Object Library.  You can add it to a project by right-clicking on the toolbox and selecting "Components...", then select it from the list.

This control allows transparent backgrounds and stretching (It does not support angles)


Cheers!
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DUCKnightCommented:
You could also try bitblting. But you must know how to use the API. It's quite troublesome, but does the job well.
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talchenAuthor Commented:
thank you very much i hop i had more points to give you but i am poor ,so forgive me.
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mcriderCommented:
So who are you going to award the points to?

Cheers!
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talchenAuthor Commented:
no you dont understand me i gave all my points to the last expert who told me that he dont know how to help me ...
and i gave all my poins...200 points
but see-i have left with 20 point take them or tell me how can i take my 200 points back  and give them to you.
thank you.
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mcriderCommented:
Posting to receive these points...

If you want your 200 points back from the other question you are talking about, go to the "EE Support" forum and post a message there about the question.  You'll need to know the question number.  They can help you there.

Cheers!
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