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image probleum

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i have a dbf(foxpro) file in which in the memo field i have  images stored each image unique has a crt_no stored in a column in same dbf file. i have use an ado.record set to det the memo field for a perticular cert_no. i want to show that image in a picture box.but in the record set i get is the image in binary format. how can i convert this binary format into an image and show that image in a picture box
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i actuallu opend file for binary input .printed the data in that file  from the recordset. saved the file with pcx extension and then displayed the dimage
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