Persistent Graphics on PictureBox without setting AutoRedraw

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Can someone help me on the implementation of persistent graphics on PictureBox array members produced by graphic methods (Line, Circle, Print, etc.). without setting AutoRedraw to True - (or any other way to speed up the process and overcome the memory consumption associated with AutoRedraw)? I have tried to code in the Paint event of the PictureBox() with AutoRedraw set to False (using Refresh method as trigger) but all I've got is blank PictureBox "pages". I don't know what I'm doing wrong. Adding more RAM is not a desired option. I will appreciate a step-by-step guide - possibly in code with hints about pitfalls to avoid (I am currently coding in VB6)

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With out some sample code from you I am not sure what’s going on.
In the Past when I’ve used Graphic Methods, I’ve also Included a DoEvents line so the Screen is Refreshed during the Graphic process.
With out the DoEvents, the PictureBox remains Blank until the Sub or Routine has completed.

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