how to make transition

Posted on 2003-02-22
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Last Modified: 2012-05-04
hi all i am wondering how can i be able to do some transition between 2 images in the form
Question by:hmahfouzy
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bruintje earned 800 total points
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how do you mean exactly? to show a picture in form1 and if u click a button transfer it to the other form?

if yes then you could do this :

first create 2 forms (form1, and form2) then add 2 pictureboxes on the first form create a button (dont rename it) goto the code window of form1

paste this code in it

Private Sub Command1_Click()
Form2.Picture1.Picture = Form1.Picture1.Picture
End Sub

Private Sub Form_Load()
End Sub

if you now place a picture in the first picture box then press the button it copies itself into the second picture box

hope this helps you out

if you didn't mean this tell me and i'll figure something else out for you

Greetings Erik

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ID: 7998448
i dont understand your question well
please show it again...
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ID: 7998449
VB itself doesn't have great animation capabilities. However, there are lots of workaround for animation.
1. You can either create some transitions in Flash and then use Shockwave Flash ActiveX control on you VB form to display that transition.
2. Create some transtion in Powerpoint and save the slide as slide show. Then display this slide show in VB by placing a webbrowser control on the form and opening the slide show file through this control.

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ID: 7998455
i think i red the question wrong.. sorry for that

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