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how to disable the pop up menu in WebBrowser control??

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I am using the WebBrowser control in my program written in VB6.  Is there any way to disable the pop up menu in the WebBrowser control?(i.e do not display the pop up menu when I right click inside the control).
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You can reference Microsoft HTML Object Library(MSHTML.tlb).We suppose your WebbrowseControl named "WB1".
Option Explicit
Private WithEvents oDocument As HTMLDocument
Private Sub WB1_DownloadComplete()
Set oDocument = WB1.Document
End Sub
Private Function oDocument_oncontextmenu() As Boolean
'Notice you can do what you want to do,you can simply place a "'" or "REM" or you own popup menu,do what you like,enjoy it.
End Function

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by:aimui
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Thanks.
Can I just left the function oDocument_oncontextmenu() empty If I don't want to display the menu?
Why the menu still been displayed in a dynamic html page contains three frames?
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by:aimui
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Thanks.
Can I just left the function oDocument_oncontextmenu() empty If I don't want to display the menu?
Why the menu still been displayed in a dynamic html page contains three frames?
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