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WebBrowser2 Control and Scroll Bars

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Have a WebBrowser2 control embedded in my dialog box application.  Would like for it never to have scroll bars.  Not sure if this can be done code wise (EnableScrollBar) or html wise (IFRAME, noscroll,etc).  Either solution would be fine (I've tried many)  Seems that the vertical scroll bar never disappears (only greys out).  Would like to never see any scroll bar regardless if the image or html goes outside the bounding box of the control.

Cheers, todd
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xiakedz earned 15 total points
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In my application,I use MoveWindow to make WebBrowser ctrl bigger than dialog to solve the problem.
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Actually got it work by putting NOSCROLL in the body tag of the HTML page.
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