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Printing an image on a report

Posted on 2004-04-19
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am trying to print an image on a report at the top. The only thing that i have found out so far is that you have to use a bitmap. Can you use another image type like jpeg?

This is what I have so far: Dim imgSeal As Image = Image.FromFile("C:\Seal.bmp")

Now I want to have the image centered on the top of the page and I want it to be scaled to a size of Width: 1.5 and Height 1.46. How do I code this to print it the way that I need it?

Thanks, Chester
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I got it.  I just put the picture in an invisible picture box on the form and then told it to draw the image.

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