Where can I find or apply the Stretch Property in Visual Basic 6.0?

Posted on 2005-04-07
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Where can I find or apply the Stretch Property in Visual Basic 6.0?
Question by:Erwin Krisch
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    Strech property with regards to a picturebox or as in another control or what ? Can you please be more specific.
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    Stretch Property:
    Returns or sets a value indicating whether a graphic resizes to fit the size of an Image control.

    Setting   Description
    True      The graphic resizes to fit the control.
    False      (Default) The control resizes to fit the graphic.

    If Stretch is set to True, resizing the control also resizes the graphic it contains.


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