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I have a ToolStripMenuItem that I want to add a image from in the /images folder directly above.  I want it offset from the execution path

          With .Items.Add("Add")
                    .Name = "Edit.Exe"
                    .ForeColor = Color.Yellow
                    .BackColor = Color.Red
                    .TextAlign = ContentAlignment.MiddleRight
                    .Image = Image.FromFile("~\Images\RedCircle.png" <<<<<<<<-- Causes Error
                End With

How do I reference the file?
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.Image = Image.FromFile(Server.MapPath("~\Images\RedCircle.png")...

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