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Why do I have to click on the Olecontainer?

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I've got IE inside an Olecontainer, but at runtime after
loading a HTML document, I must click the Olecontainer to be able to see IE and the document.
Why?
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Question by:hagur
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by:hagur
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I need an answer
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You can just write somewhere in form's code: MyOleContainer.Click(Self); so that you needen't always click it.

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by:freter
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the olecontainer has a method called doverb. you should rather call this than the click method. the parameter to be passed should be ovPrimary.
rgds, Freter
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