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I would like to dig into the MSIE interfaces and utilize the "Set as Wallpaper" function(s) using COM technology.
I'm new to COM so sample code will be greatly appreciated!!
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IE can insert your app as an control if you are writing an exe file, select "project" menu -> "add to project" ->"components and  controls". You can manipulate the inserted control as if it was an normal cwnd.

If you are writing an activex control which will be used in ie, you should get the IWebBrowser or IWebBrowser2 interface of ie, see this address for detail:
http://www.codeguru.com/atl/ietech1.shtml

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The link proved to be useful.
Thanks!!
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