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Inserting images into a RichTextBox control (the OLE way)

, 1 Nov 2005
This article shows how you can insert images, controls and ActiveX objects into a .NET RichTextBox control by using the OLE way. There are several samples about how it could be done, but all of them are in C++ and I needed it for managed code (C#).
myextrichtextboxdemo.zip
MyExtRichTextBox.dll
MyExtRichTextBoxTest.exe
MyImage2.bmp
myextrichtextbox_src.zip
MyExtRichTextBox
App.ico
MyExtRichTextBox.csproj.user
MyExtRichTextBoxTest
App.ico
bin
Release
MyImage2.bmp
MyExtRichTextBoxTest.csproj.user

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Oscar Londono
Software Developer (Senior) Kinecor Ltee
Canada Canada
I have been working for 16 years as Analyst Programmer in several companies.
 
I love the Object Oriented Programming paradigm and now, I love C#. Currently, I works with X++ in Microsoft Dynamics AX systems.
 
Also, I like to perform my work by using methodologies like Rational Unified Process (RUP).
 
Please, take a look to my last project: Meetgate

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