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Saving a picture

Posted on 2000-01-24
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Last Modified: 2010-05-02
I have a picture box that a graph is drawn into, using the .Line property.  I am able to save the background of the picture to a file, but not the graph portion.  Please help.

Question by:lmm
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KDivad earned 210 total points
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I think that all you need to do is set the picturebox's autoredraw property to true. I tried it both ways and got only the background with it set to false, but I got the whole picture when it was set to true.

Hope this helps!

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ID: 2382732
Thank you.  I kept looking at the properties but nothing seem to jump out at me.  The Autoredraw makes sense now.  Thanks!

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Glad I could help!

Good luck with your programming!

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