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How can I use Graphics.DrawImage so that the image I draw appears at it's original size ?

(Like AutoSize on a picturebox)
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Wayne Taylor (webtubbs) earned 500 total points
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Use something like this....

        Dim img As Image = Image.FromFile("C:\Path\Image.jpg")
        Graphics.DrawImage(image:=img, x:=0, y:=0, width:=img.Width, height:=img.Height)

The image need not be loaded from a file, but must be an Image or BitMap object.

Wayne
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by:OhNowISee
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How incredibly obvious...
How incredibly stupid of me !!
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