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ms access active x control help

Posted on 2011-09-27
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i am using a active X control called, Microsoft InkPicture Control  which i use to scrible in, is there a way to save what i scrible into grif, bitmp or jpeg outside of ms access? fo use later?
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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...probably, but you can do this in mspaint (or almost any other program) directly...
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i know, i am tring to make a form with a signature spot and have the customer sign using a touch screen, then i want to save it to another format in a folder on windows
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the saving in ole is ok, but takes up to much space, and i stll am not able to print it on a report!
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
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Here's an EE question where the author faced the same issue:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/.NET/Q_26312942.html

This uses a Picture/Image control on the report to show the signature.
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by:conagraman
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this may not be the classiest way -but you can take a screen shot and paste it into paint
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