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How to display buttons over the image?

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Hi, all,

I have a form which has a picturebox control on the top and several
buttons on the bottom. I want to change the form size smaller at run
time and let all buttons display overlap the image of the picturebox.
But when I was making the form smaller, the buttons were covered by the
image. How to show the buttons overlap the picturebox?

Thanks!

Nov 21 '05 #1
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Right-click on the image in the designer and select "Send to Back"

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Hi, all,

I have a form which has a picturebox control on the top and several
buttons on the bottom. I want to change the form size smaller at run
time and let all buttons display overlap the image of the picturebox.
But when I was making the form smaller, the buttons were covered by the
image. How to show the buttons overlap the picturebox?

Thanks!

Nov 21 '05 #2

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<ba**********@yahoo.com> schrieb:
I have a form which has a picturebox control on the top and several
buttons on the bottom. I want to change the form size smaller at run
time and let all buttons display overlap the image of the picturebox.
But when I was making the form smaller, the buttons were covered by the
image. How to show the buttons overlap the picturebox?


Select the control in the designer and choose "Send to back" from its
context menu. For controls added at runtime you can do that by calling the
controls' 'SendToBack' method.

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Nov 21 '05 #3

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