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How to run execCommand inside C#.net? SOS!

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Hello everyone:

I create a new web application project in VisualC#.net. I put some html tag on it, like 'div'... I am trying to load execCommand function by using C#. I am not writing code in html file. Is this possible?

roughly idea like:
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using mshtml; (if I am right!)
...

mshtml.HTMLDocument doc;
doc = thispage.getDocument(); // I don't know command, something like this.
// and then
doc.execCommand(a1,a2,a3);
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Thank you so much! :)
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Question by:chaofan
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If you're trying to write html tags to a file using C#, use the XmlTextWriter class.  You can output comments, elements, processing instructions, etc. and then render it with StreamWriter.
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by:visualhaha
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Hi Callandor:
Thank you for reply. I am beginner in C#.net.
XmlTextWriter&StreamWriter class may work, but I don't know how to get handle of "IE" which I am just opened.  Thanks again!
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