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Hi Everyone,

Thanks for your time. My question is based on VB.NET, pictureboxes and a scrollablecontr ol.

I have several pictureboxes inside a scrollable control. The scrollablecontr ol is docked to form1. When i resize the form, then scrollablecontr ol resizes aswell. What i need is for the pictureboxes to set themselves up so that they wrap again according to the available width of the scrollable control. I have it already re-wrapping on application load, but they now have data in them and i need to work out how to re-wrap them on the forms, resize end event. Keep in mind that the pictureboxes may already have data in them so i cannot simply recall the function i use to initially create them.

Much Appreciated,
Sep 30 '07 #1
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