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Creating Graphical Objects is VB.NET

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Hello everyone:
I'm trying to teach myself Visual Basic 2005 .NET and the best way I have
found is to create a project in Visual Basic 2005 .NET.

The project concept is: I want to create a 'canvas' upon a form. On the
'Canvas' object I want to place smaller rectangular objects. The 'Canvas'
area is the area I'm limited too. In other words, I can only have objects
placed on the canvas.

How can I create a graphical object(The canvas) and then place seperate
graphical objects onto it? I want the objects that are placed on the canvas
to be moveable if possible.

Thanks,
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Mark

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Mark
Nov 16 '07 #1
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http://www.getpaint.net/download.html#src

This is a link to Paint.NET. Although the source is in C#. Although, it's
alight learning curve for starters, it might get to really interested in
what you are trying to achieve.

Regards,

Trevor Benedict
MCSD
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Hello everyone:
I'm trying to teach myself Visual Basic 2005 .NET and the best way I have
found is to create a project in Visual Basic 2005 .NET.

The project concept is: I want to create a 'canvas' upon a form. On the
'Canvas' object I want to place smaller rectangular objects. The 'Canvas'
area is the area I'm limited too. In other words, I can only have objects
placed on the canvas.

How can I create a graphical object(The canvas) and then place seperate
graphical objects onto it? I want the objects that are placed on the
canvas
to be moveable if possible.

Thanks,
--
Mark

--
Mark

Nov 16 '07 #2

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