Encapsulates a bitmap, which consists of the pixel data for a graphics image and its attributes. A Bitmap is an object used to work with images defined by pixel data.
Defines objects used to fill the interiors of graphical shapes such as rectangles, ellipses, pies, polygons, and paths.
Brushes for all the standard colors. This class cannot be inherited.
Converts colors from one data type to another.
Translates colors to and from GDI+structures. This class cannot be inherited.
Allows to adjust the behavior of the drawing library in case of using of some features that are not yet implemented completely.
Defines a particular format for text, including font face, size, and style attributes. This class cannot be inherited.
Defines a group of type faces having a similar basic design and certain variations in styles. This class cannot be inherited.
Encapsulates drawing surface.
Represents a Windows icon, which is a small bitmap image that is used to represent an object. Icons can be thought of as transparent bitmaps, although their size is determined by the system.
An abstract base class that provides functionality for the Bitmap and Metafile descended classes.
Defines an object used to draw lines and curves.
Pens for all the standard colors. This class cannot be inherited.
Describes the interior of a graphics shape composed of rectangles and paths. This class cannot be inherited.
Defines a brush of a single color. Brushes are used to fill graphics shapes, such as rectangles, ellipses, pies, polygons, and paths.
Encapsulates text layout information (such as alignment, orientation and tab stops) display manipulations (such as ellipsis insertion and national digit substitution) and OpenType features. This class cannot be inherited.
Each property of theclass is a structure that is the color of a Windows display element.
Specifies the fonts used to display text in Windows display elements.
Each property of the SystemIcons class is anobject for Windows system-wide icons. This class cannot be inherited.
Each property of the TextureBrush class is a Brush object that uses an image to fill the interior of a shape. This class cannot be inherited.
Specifies a range of character positions within a string.
Represents an ARGB (alpha, red, green, blue) color.
Represents an ordered pair of integer x- and y-coordinates that defines a point in a two-dimensional plane.
Represents an ordered pair of floating-point x- and y-coordinates that defines a point in a two-dimensional plane.
Stores a set of four integers that represent the location and size of a rectangle.
Stores a set of four floating-point numbers that represent the location and size of a rectangle. For more advanced region functions, use a Region object.
Stores an ordered pair of integers, typically the width and height of a rectangle.
Stores an ordered pair of floating-point numbers, typically the width and height of a rectangle.
Provides a callback method for deciding when the DrawImage(Image, Int32, Int32) method should prematurely cancel execution and stop drawing an image.
Provides a callback method for the EnumerateMetafile(Metafile, PointF, RectangleF, GraphicsUnit, GraphicsEnumerateMetafileProc) method.
Provides a callback method for determining when the GetThumbnailImage(Int32, Int32, ImageGetThumbnailImageAbort, IntPtr) method should prematurely cancel execution.
Specifies alignment of content on the drawing surface.
Determines how the source color in a copy pixel operation is combined with the destination color to result in a final color.
Specifies style information applied to text.
Specifies the unit of measure for the given data.
Specifies the known system colors.
Specifies the direction of an image's rotation and the axis used to flip the image.
Specifies the alignment of a text string relative to its layout rectangle.
Theenumeration specifies how to substitute digits in a string according to a user's locale or language.
Specifies the display and layout information for text strings.
Specifies how to trim characters from a string that does not completely fit into a layout shape.