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Lesson 31 : Creating Drag Drop Animation


31.1 Animation using a DragDrop Procedure

Drag and drop is a common windows application where you can drag and drop an object such as a file into a folder or into a recycle bin. This capability can be easily programmed in Visual Basic. In the following example, I am creating a simulation of dragging the objects into a recycle bin, then drop a fire and burn them away. In this program, I inserted 6 images onto the form, one of them is a recycle bin, another is a burning recycle bin , one more is the fire, and three more images. In addition, set  the property dragmode of all the images( including the fire) that are to be dragged to  1(Automatic) so that dragging is enabled, and set the visible property of  burning recycle bin to false at start-up. Besides, label the tag of fire as fire in its properties windows.

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