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Having read up a little bit on it, it seems that this catches a lot of people out. According to MSDN, it is only good practice to Dispose of your Graphics object if you specifically Create it, and not if you receive it from another routine, such as in your control.Paint PaintEventArgs parameter. This is because there might be other routines further down the line that need that object. So there is no reason to dispose of your graphics object in this case. As to why it is not painting in the label, there is nowhere where you paint anything to the label
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