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Posted on 2013-05-21
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How can I set an image to be the background of the form? (I.E. sent to back, so that all controls are still viewable)
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by:eemit
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Try:
Private Sub Form_Load()
  Dim sPath As String
  
  sPath = App.Path
  If Right(sPath, 1) <> "\" Then
      sPath = sPath & "\"
  End If
  
  Me.Picture = LoadPicture(sPath & "SamplePicture.jpg")
  
End Sub

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acaraciolo earned 0 total points
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I realized I didn't need the picture box.  I just loaded the picture on the form.  My apologies should have known that from the get go....
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by:eemit
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acaraciolo,
>I realized I didn't need the picture box.
but I have posted the solution. I think you should accept my answer.
But if you feel uncomfortable, I don't mind if you want to delete the question.
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by:acaraciolo
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I wouldn't presume to rate my own ineptness with an A or B.
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