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Run-time changing picture in picture-box control..

Posted on 2004-08-18
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lstPictureFileName has a list of some .BMPs

Private Sub lstPictureFileName_Click()

  PictureBoxControl1 = <      lstPictureFileName      >

End Sub

How can I make this work?  I want click on the file I want from lstPictureFileName to display it in PictureBoxControl1.  

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Question by:Mike Eghtebas
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Private Sub lstPictureFileName_Click()
PictureBoxControl1.Picture = LoadPicture(lstPictureFileName.List(lstPictureFileName.ListIndex))
End Sub

Just make sure that lstPictureFileName contains the full path & file name of the image you want to load.

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