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Storing an image in a variable

Posted on 2004-08-19
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I would like to be able to do something like

Dim myImage as Image

and then load an image from a file into myImage.
How is this done
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Question by:DennisKeeling
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use an image/picturebox control.

u can then use the loadpicture function to load from a file.
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Dim p As IPictureDisp
Set p = LoadPicture("c:\pic.jpg")
Set Picture1.Picture = p
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Dennis?
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