Creating an image containing the text of a richTextBox

Hello Experts!
  In one of our applications, we need to create a new image which contains the text that the user types in a RichTextBox.
  The new image should be created such that the user should be able to specify the width and height of the image, and the text in the RichTextBox should wrap and fit within the image (nothing should go out of the image rectangle area as long as the area is good enough to hold all the text).
  Can someone please provide code for how this can be done?

Thanks,
...Shu

P.S.
  We don't need any fancy coloring etc.
  Just a simple image containing the text wrapped according to the image size.
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snehanshuAuthor Commented:
armoghan,
  I don't seem to find how to wrap text using the links you gave.
  Can you extract only the required code that lets me create a wrapped-text image from the text in the richTextBox?
Thanks,
...Shu
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armoghanCommented:
No Text wraping is not in them, it just has the size of image and the text in it .

Dont know any way of doing the text wraping till now. as it could be difficult.

Another workaround could be..  Might not suit your requirement.

place a richtextbox on a Form, all over it, with FormBorderStyle=none
and you place all the text on it and then display it as a Dialog, and then send the Alt + Print key to save the image in the ClipBoard, then you can get the image from there.
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snehanshuAuthor Commented:
This is what I was looking for:

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int width = 500;
int height = 500;                  

Bitmap img = new Bitmap(width, height,  System.Drawing.Imaging.PixelFormat.Format24bppRgb);
Graphics g = Graphics.FromImage(img);
SolidBrush fgBrush = new SolidBrush(Color.White);
                  
g.DrawString(richTextBox1.Text, new Font("Arial", 10), fgBrush, new Rectangle(new Point(5,5), new Size(490, 490)));
img.Save(@"C:\Test\myimg.bmp");
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Simple enough... only that I had to search in the professional C# book.

...Shu
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