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Events are there so that the world outside (and inside) the control can take action when something happens to that control: what you are trying to do is the reverse - make a control take action when something happens in the outside world. For that, the control could add a handler to an outside world event (bad idea, and complicated) or it could expose a method that the outside world can call in order to take an action.

The second is the route you want to go: think about an Image class instance - it has a Save method which stores the Image data to a disk file or stream which is called by your code:
private void butSave_Click(object sender, EventArgs ew)
    {
    myImage.Save(@"D:\Temp\MyPicture.jpg", ImageFormat.Jpeg);
    }
That's what your code is trying to do!
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