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Display TIFF Image

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On an Access 2000 form under Windows 2000 I would like to use a Kodak Image
Edit Control to display the contents of a TIFF image file. According to the
very limited documentation that I have been able to locate so far, all I
should need to do is to drop the Image Edit Control onto the form in design
mode, set the control's Image property to the location of my TIFF file, and
then possibly add the following lines to the Current proc for the form:

ImgEdit1.FitTo 0

When I do all of that then switch to form view, the control does get added
to the form ok, but the image is never displayed, and I don't get any error
messages. Can anyone help? Please note that I am a beginner at trying to
use Active X controls on a form, so I may be missing something VERY obvious,
and very detailed handholding would be appreciated. Thanks in advance for
all help.

Kevin M.

Nov 12 '05 #1
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