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Load TStrings to TWebBrowser window

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I need to have a webbrowser to display contents of a TMemo. What I did is to save the content to a file and then load the file to the TWebBrowser. Is there any way that I can bypass this and directly view the contents without saving-loading? Thanks
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Question by:xiangenhu
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tresto earned 100 total points
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First, if your WebBrowser is empty, you need to do

WebBrowser1.Navigate('about:blank');

Then you go with

OleVariant(WebBrowser1.Document).Write(Memo1.Lines.Text);
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by:xiangenhu
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It works!
WebBrowser1.Navigate('about:blank');

better be WebBrowser1.Navigate('about:blank',flag,temp,temp,temp);

where flag, temp are  OleVariant
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