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Can i make a WIZARD where the property pages are html pages
and is it easy to manage hyperlinks and hotspots?
How?
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by:chensu
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Embed the Microsoft Web Browser Control into the property pages.
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by:jmartins71
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Thank you Chensu for your time.

I have never work with the Microsoft Web Browser so, after lookink at the Developer Studio 97 help menu here are my comments(questions):

1. If i embed the web control in a dialog box then i don´t need a wizard ( the hmtl code will do it just like the developer studio does)
2. But, in my application i must communicate with a database and with a hardware device. What i want is to create hyperlinks or hot spots in images and make them trigger my  MFC code in my application and not html code!
I have not figure out how to do it.

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by:jmartins71
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Must i also distribute IE 3.0 ? I hope not!

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by:chensu
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>2. But, in my application i must communicate with a database and with a hardware device. What i want is to create hyperlinks or hot spots in images and make them trigger my  MFC code in my application and not html code!

There is an event DWebBrowserEvents2::BeforeNavigate2 you can capture. Cancel the navigation and do what you want.

>Must i also distribute IE 3.0 ?
Yes.
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by:jmartins71
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Is it ok to distribute IE 3.0 or i must contact Microsoft?
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bogie2 earned 20 total points
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Most computers (99%) have this control installed, so you need not distribute it. If you still want to add to bundle it with your program, you should get a permission from MicroSoft.
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