> > > IMAGE1.STRETCH rue.
>>>>>> There doesn't seem to be any way to copy the stretched image short of
>>>>>> Image controls do not have an HDC, so I'm at a loss... nyone have
>>>>>> any ideas on how this can be done?
>>>> The Image control does not stretch the picture. he original image is unchanged.
>>>> What you see is only a change in how the image is displayed.
>>>> To retain the icon's transparency, do it the other way around. oad the icon
>>>> into the Image control (Stretch set to False) and then paint in onto the
>>>> Picture control at its increased size. ou can use PaintPicture to paint the
>>>> icon. hat you can't do is add an icon to the Clipboard. s you saw, it
>>>> only accepts bitmap (or DIB) types. epending on what you are doing,
>>>> you might be able to work it out using OLE Drag and Drop rather than
>>>> using the Clipboard ???)>
> > For an example of using PaintPicture, add the code below to a form,>
> > and run it. hen click on the form to see a large (Form default) icon.>
> > LFS>
> > Private Sub Form_Click()>
> > ' Paint the ico>
>> > PaintPicture Icon, 1000, 1000, 4000, 40>0>
> > End S>b
> > Private Sub Form_Load>)>
> > Const BKG = "BACKGROUN>">
> > ' Some Background artw>r>
> > AutoRedraw = >r>e
> > DrawWidth>=>15
> > Circle (3000, 3000), 2000,>v>Red
> > Font.Si>e>= 38
> > CurrentX = 3000 - (TextWidth(B>G> / 2)
> > Curren>Y>= 2700
> > gt;P>int BKG
>>> >nd Sub
> Well, it works ok. copied the stretched image to a hidden>form, and
> to the clipboard f>om there.
> The image on the clipboard is a bit bigger than than the a>tual icon
> for some reason, but it beats alt+p>nt>crn :D
Wait, I got rid of the hidden form and used a hidden picture box
instead. Now the clipboard image is the right size. Now I have to
tackle this transparency issue. I won't lose too much sleep if it
stays this way though.