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Web Browser Control in VB.NET

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I'm trying to insert the Web Browser control into an application using VB.NET, but can't seem to figure out how.. Any help?
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you must have the new webbrowser control for .NET...

its not the same of VB6...

i search...
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- go to Tools -> Customize Toolbox
- scroll down and check off Microsoft Web Browser and click OK
- the component will then appear in your toolbox under the WinForms tab
- you can now add it to your form
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