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devonknows
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Hi im trying to use MDI Forms on my project but in order to place anything on the MDI Form it can only be certain things, now im trying to develop a side bar were i can put menu's and options on, so ive placed a picture box on the left hand side of the MDI form.

In design mode when i add a picture to picture box it comes up seemless, but when i run the applicaiton it comes up as a small border and makes it look off, was just wondering if anyone has encountered this before and if there is a solution for this, or another way to place user controls on the MDI form.

Image Link: http://img2.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/cf43924e20.jpg



Kind Regards
Devon
Feb 1 '08 #1
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Hi im trying to use MDI Forms on my project but in order to place anything on the MDI Form it can only be certain things, now im trying to develop a side bar were i can put menu's and options on, so ive placed a picture box on the left hand side of the MDI form.

In design mode when i add a picture to picture box it comes up seemless, but when i run the applicaiton it comes up as a small border and makes it look off, was just wondering if anyone has encountered this before and if there is a solution for this, or another way to place user controls on the MDI form.

Image Link: http://img2.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/cf43924e20.jpg



Kind Regards
Devon
Hey,
u can try by:

Private Sub MDIForm_Load()
Picture1.Appearance = 0
Picture1.BorderStyle = 0
End Sub

Regards,
shuvo2k6
Feb 1 '08 #2

devonknows
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P: 137
Hey,
u can try by:

Private Sub MDIForm_Load()
Picture1.Appearance = 0
Picture1.BorderStyle = 0
End Sub

Regards,
shuvo2k6
Thanks very much, it was the appearence setting, it was Set to 3D instead of flat. I didnt know if i explained it write, hence the picture lol. Thanks Again

Kind Regards
Devon
Feb 1 '08 #3

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