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Any way to convert a literal control to an image?  ASP.NET VB

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I'm using a literal control to create a coupon.  it loads an image, and I'm using <DIV> formatting to place the coupon text on the image.   I then want to take the entire literal control and convert it into an image (so that the text placed on the image template is fused into a single image)....basically taking a 'screenshot' of the literal control.  Is there a way to do this?  if not, any ideas on a better way to do this?
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