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Visual Basic drag boxes help

Visual Basic drag boxes help

Visual Basic drag boxes help

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Hi All, very new to this forum. Is this the place to ask about a solution i cant find while learning visual basic? Well here is the question if it is allowed. I am writing a small program that shows a series of square boxes, say 4 x 4   
layout. I want to label each box (which i have figured out already) but would like to drag the box and replace it on different boxes. i,e move box upper left to box position lower left..just so i can sort it after it is laid out, as opposed to relabeling everything each time. Is this possible? Thanks for the help.

RE: Visual Basic drag boxes help

You might want to check out tech-tips.com -  I think that is the name - which is a sister site to this.  It is ALL about computers and programming.

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