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I have a program which for ever letter you type into a text box, it puts an image into a picture box using BitBlt. I dont know how to print, save or copy the Picture to a clipboard (So you can use it in other programs)

The picturebox is called: pixExport
And the menu for save is: mnuSave
" "Print is: mnuPrint
" "Copy is: mnuCopy

any help?
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deathman5 earned 125 total points
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To Copy to clipoard:
Clipboard.Clear
Clipboard.SetData pixExport.Picture
To Save:
SavePicture Clipboard.GetData(vbCFBitmap),"C:\file.bmp"
that will save the clipboard photo to the address

SavePicture pixExport.Picture, "c:\file.bmp"
this to save pixExport to the file
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thx alot
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