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WebWroser control on MDI chil window

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I put a WebWroser control on a MDI child window, whe I right click and
want to open a link on a new window it opens a new window, ok, but
I would prefer to open a new MDI window inside my app, it's possible to
do that ??
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in the webbrowser's newwindow2 event, if you create another mdi child form with a webbrowser control on it, then you can implement it as such:

Private Sub WebBrows_NewWindow2(ppDisp As Object, Cancel As Boolean)
Set ppDisp = Form2.Webbrowser.Object
Form2.Show
End Sub
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