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Remove a background image from a control in vb.net in code

Posted on 2009-07-08
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A previous posted question asked how to remove a background image on a control using the designer to which the response was highlight all the text in the property for that control and simply delete it. What i am wondering is how to delete the background image of the control using code. Setting the image of the control is simple. control.backgroundimage = image defined....but removing the image isn't so intuitive.  Any help would be great. And if its obvious a joke on my behalf is warranted and ok.
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control.backgroundimage = Nothing

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I could have sworn that was the first thing i tried.  Ahhh Fiddlesticks. Thanks for the help
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