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VB.net Graphics use gradient

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Hi. In the following code is it possible to use a light blue with a gradient to give the form a more interesting look

     Dim GFX As Graphics = e.Graphics
            GFX.FillRectangle(Brushes.White, R5)
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thanks very much
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