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Scrolbars within a Picturebox

Posted on 2004-10-05
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Hello,
I have been looking a code but I can't find one. I want to put scrollbars within/inside a picturebox in a professional way. Can anybody help me.

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Hi,
You should drive your view class from CScrollView and dispaly the bitmap in it.
Set the scroll ranges based on your picture size.

Good Luck!
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i think my recommended solution was what the asker was looking for.
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