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How can I make text so that I can drag it with the mouse at run time and place it on different parts of a picture box

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How can I drag text on to a picture box so that the user can label different parts of the picture without typing vb.net 2008 express
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Hi,
You said text, which control label or textbox you are using. Right now i can suggest one link as per my understanding. Check the below one.
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/cpp/vbnetdragdrop.aspx
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extremely cool
say before I code the project I dont know how many labels I will need is there a way of dynamicly adding these labels at run time?
also is there a way I can do the same dragging of the labels around the picture box
but drag around smaller pictures I asked this question here
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/.NET/Visual_Basic.NET/Q_24530191.html#a24737976
someone sent me links but I am having a heck of a time figuring out how to follow those projects is there a way of doing it the same way as the tex
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woah!!! you did it again !! Thankyou! I have a couple of related questions if you get a chance
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