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adding background sound to form  + adding a picture to a picture box  in C# when form already load

Posted on 2010-11-23
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1)  I have a form that  displayed some graphics and i would like to add a background sound to the     form so that when the form is loaded it play a song  automatically and if i want to turn the sound off i would click a button.

2)  also be able to add any picture to a picture box that is on the form after the form is already loaded.


i was thinking that i would have to set this in the load form event, but not sure how to do this.
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by:BuggyCoder
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Go through these links, i am sure they will help:-

http://www.vbdotnetheaven.com/UploadFile/scottlysle/PlaySoundsInASPX09032006083212AM/PlaySoundsInASPX.aspx

http://forums.asp.net/t/1299915.aspx

The second one is a discussion....

Hope it helps
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by:SweetsJamRock
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BuggyCoder,

  i am not building a web page.  this is a C# program and form.  those link did not help
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by:SweetsJamRock
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The concept is straight forward even though thats not where i wanted it to load from.  But the illustration is the ideal one for the problem.

i thank you for the solution bro.  sorry it took so long to respond, but my schedule is very tight and long

thanks again
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