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removing scrollbars from webbrowser control

Posted on 2000-03-14
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hi!
can anybody tell me how to remove the scroll bars from a web browser control.
even if the contents to be displayed in browser control are smaller in area than that of web browser control area, a vertical scroll bar is visible on browser control. is there any way to make it desable.
preeti
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Here is an easy way do "hide" the scrollbars...

Place the webbrowser control inside a picturebox as a child, then do this:


   form1.picture1.Width=form1.WebBrowser1.Width - 220
   form1.picture1.height=form1.WebBrowser1.height - 220


Hope this helps!


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good soln. thanks.
i to got a soln.
i.e. make a user control, put webbrowser control on it (resize user control such that it contains webbrowser with out scroll bars.)
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Thanks for the points! Glad I could help!


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