Picture on UserForm

AlexanderBB

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I'm using frmPic.Picture = LoadPicture(filename) to add a picture to a Form.
If the picture is too big for the Form, can I have scrollbars?

I see them offered in properties but not sure how to implement them?

Also I get an error 'Object variable or With block variable not set (Error 91)' from debug.print frmPic.Picture.height.
What is the correct way to find the picture height or size or resolution ?

Thanks, ABB
 

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