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#1 Posted : Tuesday, August 5, 2003 11:47:31 AM(UTC)

frank  
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An example of how to store multiple images to a single file along with image metadata... sort of like what Powerpoint does.  Not only can you store presentation “images”, but associated Slide Notes, Keywords and Titles. 

Also a sample of dragging and dropping between thumbnail browser controls.

Thanks!

 

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#2 Posted : Thursday, April 28, 2005 6:28:06 PM(UTC)

Ike  
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To store multiple images to a single file, simply call Save and pass a file format that supports multiple pages (such as TIFF), and set iModify parameter to APPEND.  As for metadata, use SetTag before each save, to set the TIFF tags.

In version 14, the Raster ImageList Control now has Drag Drop capabilities.  Contact tech support for a vb sample.

Ike Starnes
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