Controlling IE4 for internet Access

How to control IE4 for internet access in delphi3? What are the IE4 OLE methods that can be use?
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westphalCommented:
You will have a complete response from microsoft at:
http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/sdk/inetsdk/help/itt/IEProg/WB/WebBrowser.htm

but you have first to import the webbrowser component into delphi
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raunolCommented:
Hi,

You may get help about Microsoft Internet Controls.
I have read it's possible to add them to the ComponentPalet
with Project/import Type Library -action. After then,
there should be TWebBrowser - component, with it
should access into IE-libraries wery powerfull.

But, I haven't check this becouse I don't have Delphi3

- Rauno -

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westphalCommented:
You can still do it in D2 by importing the OCX which is in
c:\winnt\system32\shdocvw.dll
importing it will create on D2 a unit with interfaces to the OCX objects in the DLL
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raunolCommented:
westphal,

Oh, yes! Thank's much from Your advice.
The class seems to be Texplorer, but anyway
good to know.

- Rauno -


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