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Internet Browser Control

Posted on 2002-04-03
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How do you add the Internet Browser Control to your VB toolbox.

I am looking under the
PROJECTS menu-->
Components-->
Controls tab


I don't see Internet Browser Control listed
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PROJECTS menu-->
Components-->
Controls tab
Microsoft Internet Controls
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nkunapaneni earned 10 total points
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under the
PROJECTS menu-->Components-->Controls tab
Select the "Microsoft Internet Controls"
This will place a WebBrowser Control on your controls tool bar.
InMSDN Library search for  "WebBrowser Control" for Details on How to use this control

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