I want the users of a Windows Forms application to be able to drag simple rectangle shapes arround in a picturebox and then save this picture as a file.
I have no problem with saving the file. The problem I have is creating draggable rectangle shapes. These rectagle shapes will be created by the application. The only thing the user needs to do, is drag them arround and place them in the correct position.
For those who thinks this is kind of wierd: This is for an application used by sales representative from a sign company. We want the sales representative to be able to give us a sketch of the layout of the signs on the post.
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