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Old June 21st, 2004, 07:14 AM
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I would like to have an image control which shows a scrollable image. Ms Access image control doesn't seem to handle this. Is there a method by which you can show an image without resizing it using scroll bars when the picture is larger than the size of the image box.
 
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In design view, click on the image and then change its SIZE MODE property to ZOOM.

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I have already tried the size mode but the image has some detail which is too small too see. The image shows text from a document.
 
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If you want the image to be scrollable the only way to do that is to put a subform in your main form. This subform would have its scrollbars turned ON (or at least the vertical one). Then place the image (large enough to read) into the subform. When you open the main form, the image will be in the subform area and it will be scrollable.

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