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How do I open a browser with shellexecute so that the browser do not have a toolbar or a address bar.

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Daniel.
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Is kiosk mode what you want?
If so do...
    iexplore -k msdn.microsoft.com
(Press Alt+F4 to exit)



For more info, search MSDN.microsoft.com for "Command-Line Switches for Internet Explorer"

Rob

PS This is hardly a C++ question.
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I don't think that shellexecute is the best direction. The better way, I think, is to use WebBrowser controls and to build surrounding application. It can be done within several minutes.
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