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Image effects,Zooming using GDI+

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                  I want to use GDI+ in VB 6.0 for manipulationg images like giving effects BLUR,EMBOSS,SHARPEN,ZOOM etc.How can I do this in VB 6.0 with GDI+.

                 Is there any link for such having such examples.Please tell me about this.

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Osman

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