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Hello,

I develop a c# user control.
In that control, I have a button. When the user clicks the button at runtime, a new control (for example, pictureBox) is created ,next to the previous pictureBox.

How can I do it? especially when I don't know how many pictureBoxes the user is going to add (how many time is he going to press the button).

Thanks
Posted 12-Oct-12 1:42am

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Solution 1

Try:
PictureBox pb = new PictureBox();
pb.Location = new Point(oldPb.X, oldPb.Y + 100);
pb.Size = oldPb.Size;
Controls.Add(pb);
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