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Building Tablet PC Applications by Philip Su, Rob Jarrett

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InkPicture

InkPicture is the second control available for use in the Tablet PC Platform SDK. Its intended use focuses narrowly around inking on images. In fact, the InkPicture control offers little value over the InkOverlay class, as we’ll soon see. Unlike InkEdit, InkPicture supports only managed and ActiveX flavors—it does not have a Win32 interface.

The InkPicture control is essentially a combination of the InkOverlay class and the .NET Framework’s PictureBox control. If you do a method-by-method, event-by-event, property-by-property comparison of InkPicture and InkOverlay, you will find that they are similar. In addition, because InkPicture derives from the PictureBox, it includes and exposes all the functionality of the PictureBox control. ...

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