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How do I remove the horizontal scrollbar in the WebBrowser component? (Delphi 5)
Even if the html document containes only a few lines, there will be a scrollbar.
Joern

Sorry, I searched the forum once more and found the answer:

var
 Doc:OleVariant;
begin
 Doc:=WebBrowser1.Document;
 Doc.Body.scroll:='no';

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inthe earned 600 total points
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hi,
you should be able to delete this q
(im guessing the answer you found is working ok ;)
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by:rainbowsoftware
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Yes, it's working OK.
I looked for a possibility to delete the question, but it don't seem to be possible.
So, as you have helped me some times before, I accpet your answer and give you the points, so that I can close the question.
Joern
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