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picturebox image does not have a Location ??

During debug I noticed that a picturebox image does not have a Location

Is the image object always located at the upper left of the clientsize of
the picturebox.

If the picturebox clientsize is bigger then the image size the background
always shows at the lower and/or right??

If the clientsize is smaller the clipping occurs at the right and/or
bottom??

Thanks
Feb 4 '06 #1
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WRH
Hello
Look at eg pictureBox1.SizeMode; the default is PictureBoxSizeMode.Normal
(origin of image upper left) but you can change it to CenterImage,
StretchImage
etc..

" **Developer**" <RE*************@a-znet.com> wrote in message
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During debug I noticed that a picturebox image does not have a Location

Is the image object always located at the upper left of the clientsize of
the picturebox.

If the picturebox clientsize is bigger then the image size the background
always shows at the lower and/or right??

If the clientsize is smaller the clipping occurs at the right and/or
bottom??

Thanks

Feb 5 '06 #2
I'll check that out.

Thanks

"WRH" <no*****@videotron.ca> wrote in message
news:O5**************@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
Hello
Look at eg pictureBox1.SizeMode; the default is PictureBoxSizeMode.Normal
(origin of image upper left) but you can change it to CenterImage,
StretchImage
etc..

" **Developer**" <RE*************@a-znet.com> wrote in message
news:ux*************@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
During debug I noticed that a picturebox image does not have a Location

Is the image object always located at the upper left of the clientsize of
the picturebox.

If the picturebox clientsize is bigger then the image size the background
always shows at the lower and/or right??

If the clientsize is smaller the clipping occurs at the right and/or
bottom??

Thanks


Feb 5 '06 #3

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