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vb.net picturebox zoom

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hi i have drawn a picture (set of lines) in a picturebox using picturebox1.creategraphics but the picture goes over the border, how do i zoom in on the picture and make it fit to the page

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by:iboutchkine
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If you are talkig about win forms then

set the
picturebox's SizeMode to "StretchImage", the image's size will be adjusted
automatically in the picturebox.
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by:cwi2k
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hi sorry question wasnt abandoned just went on to other things

i had tried the stretchimage attribute and that didnt work, it cleared the image and just put it back the same way

the way im using it is picturebox1.creategraphics.drawline(x,y,x,y) so its not loading an image off the drive.

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