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How i can manipulate a image before a DragDrop ?

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I have a PictureBox control, where i Drag a image, but i need chenge the size or i need move to other coords...How i do that...
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by:rspahitz
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Try investigating the PaintPicture method of the Picturebox.  This will let you take a picture and "paint" all or part of it to any location, optionally stretched or inverted.
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use BitBit API Calll :)
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Yes, the PaintPicture method essentially does the BitBlt function in a safer "wrapper"; however, BitBlt can work across windows if you need that functionality.
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by:turquito
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May i do wrong the question, but i try again, explain you what i want...

When i finish the DragDrop i would like manipulate this image,  change the size, move again to ohetr coords or eliminate, How i do that ?
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Again, PaintPicture does all of that for you.

Syntax:

ReceivingContainer.PaintPicture SourceContainer.Picture, DestinationLeft, DestinationTop, DestinationWidth, DestinationHeight, SourceLeft, SourceTop, SourceWidth, SourceHeight, ImageManipulationCodes

To change location, use a different DestinationLeft and DestinationTop.

To change size, use a different DestinationWidth and DestinationHeight
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by:kodiakbear
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Moving to the paq

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