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Placing a grid on a vb form

dbanning
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I there anyway of placing a grid on a VB form that shows individula pixels. The same style of grid as which you can turn on and off in a paint program such as Photshop.

I could just draw it but My hope was to be able to turn it on and off and resize it with the form etc.

Any help would be much apprieciated.
Apr 20 '07 #1
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If any of the grid controls allow you to set the background colour for individual cells, that should do the trick.

But in fact, it should be quite a simple thing to code. Probably as a user control, so it's also fairly simple to use.
Apr 21 '07 #2

dbanning
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If any of the grid controls allow you to set the background colour for individual cells, that should do the trick.

But in fact, it should be quite a simple thing to code. Probably as a user control, so it's also fairly simple to use.
I am unsure as to what you mean could you give a bit more detail on you suggestions it would be much apprieciated.

All my searches have come up blank Im guessing it is not a popular problem.
Apr 21 '07 #3

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I am unsure as to what you mean could you give a bit more detail on you suggestions it would be much apprieciated.

All my searches have come up blank Im guessing it is not a popular problem.
Sorry, haven't been able to get back to this yet - very busy.
Apr 22 '07 #4

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