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Position Picture on MDI

Posted on 2008-10-12
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Hi,

I have a Picturebox sitting to the right side of an MDI. Another Picturebox sits on it. I need the 2nd picturebox to reposition to the bottom right corner of the MDI depending on screen size. Can someone help with some code, please.

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Code to align Picture2 bottom right within Picture1.

Option Explicit
 
Private Sub MDIForm_Resize()
   Dim Wi As Long
   Dim He As Long
   
   With Picture1
      Wi = .ScaleX(.ScaleWidth, .ScaleMode, vbTwips)
      He = .ScaleY(.ScaleHeight, .ScaleMode, vbTwips)
      Picture2.Move Wi - Picture2.Width, He - Picture2.Height
   End With
 
End Sub

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danaseaman, perefect! Thank you.
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