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vb.net 2005 error when access picture DISP_E_EXCEPTION Adding Image to Button

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When attempting to add an image to a button using Windows Form VB.Net 2005 I receive the following error: Exception Occurred. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80020009 (DISP_E_EXCEPTION). Folder is set to Read/Write. This has worked fine in the past. Please help solve this problem. Thank you.
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How are you adding the image to the button (runtime or design-time)?
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design time
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What type of image file is it?  What is the pixel format?
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Ran Clean the rebuild and problem went away
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