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How to show a gif animated image in visual basic

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I tried to view gif animated image in the picture box and image box. But i was not able to see it animated in the picture and image box. Please let me know how can i view the gif animated image in visual basic.
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No you cannot, you can however view it in the webbrowser control. If you add the Microsoft Internet Controls component to your project and then place a webbrowser control on the form you can do this:

WebBrowser1.Navigate2 "c:\documents and settings\ticotte\my documents\my pictures\gate_swing_md_wht.gif"

For example to display an animated GIF.
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Why was that deserving of a 'C' grade? Just because it cannot be done easily doesn't mean the answer is any worse. If you continue to grade in this manner you are likely to lose input from many experts.
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Could you please explain why expert TimCotte only received a "C" grade for his answer? Please provide feedback if you are not happy with an answer and our experts will try to clarify their comments.
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Sorry TimCoffee, If this hearted you. Actually you provided the right answer but this does not provide much help to me. Please let me know how i can update this grade?
Rgards,
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Sorry TimCoffee, If this hearted you. Actually you provided the right answer but this does not provide much help to me. Please let me know how i can update this grade?
Rgards,
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Sorry TimCoffee, If this hearted you. Actually you provided the right answer but this does not provide much help to me. Please let me know how i can update this grade?
Rgards,
+Anil
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Sorry TimCoffee, If this hearted you. Actually you provided the right answer but this does not provide much help to me. Please let me know how i can update this grade?
Rgards,
+Anil
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Sorry TimCoffee, If this hearted you. Actually you provided the right answer but this does not provide much help to me. Please let me know how i can update this grade?
Rgards,
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I can understand that it doesn't help much as the simple fact is that these controls do not support animated gifs. I have given two solutions that can be used instead which is as much as you would get from anyone. If you had waited for other input before accepting a comment I believe that you would have got the same answers. That said the answer as such is not worth a 'C', I would have accepted a 'B' as this seems to be a default though of course I would prefer an 'A'.
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anilgupt

You can't change the grade yourself, but you can always ask me to change the grade of Tim's answer. Just let me know to what ... 'A' or 'B' ? No 'F' please :-)

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