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Help a newbie out! I'm just a hobby programmer, so bear with me.

I have a table of docked pictureboxes where I'm trying to scale the photos inside them relative to the size of the pictureboxes. So, for instance, if I maximize the window the photos will also resize. I know picturebox has properties for automatic scaling, but I'm doing other things here that would make that counterproductive. So I need to find a way to code it. Fun fun!

The problem is that I can't get the size of the pictureboxes. I think this is probably because they're docked to fill the table cell. So, I need to find another way to access their dimensions if one exists.

Also, to make things even harder on myself, I've placed this function in another class file. What I've passed to the function is the picturebox handle. I know this gives me access to it's properties, but I have a suspicion that I'll have to somehow access the parent cell's properties. Then again, those auto-size, too.. smh

Thanks, guys!
Tags: C#, VS2008

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