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Hi, this is my first post. I hope I am in the right place.
I have a windows form in visual studio 2013, and I draw a number of ovals on a jpg background, according to a user selection. The problem comes when a new selection is made (combo box), and I wish to clear the already drawn ovals and draw a new set. How can I achieve this, and not lose my background image at the same time? Thanks for any help anyone can provide.
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i have same question with u..but dont have answer..



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Hi, this is my first post. I hope I am in the right place.
I have a windows form in visual studio 2013, and I draw a number of ovals on a jpg background, according to a user selection. The problem comes when a new selection is made (combo box), and I wish to clear the already drawn ovals and draw a new set. How can I achieve this, and not lose my background image at the same time? Thanks for any help anyone can provide.


perhaps it may inquire into google, because I was just learning program so I still do not understand


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