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How to add event handler to IDocument2.onclick  using C#?

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How to add event handler to IDocument2.onclick  using C# if I have and oject of mshtml.IDocument2 ?
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Question by:AlexanderShkabarnya
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Assuming you've got mshtml reference etc.

((mshtml.HTMLDocumentEvents2_Event)html2).onclick += new mshtml.HTMLDocumentEvents2_onclickEventHandler(this.HTML_onclick);

And

private bool HTML_onclick(mshtml.IHTMLEventObj e)
{
   MessageBox.Show("OnClick");
   return true;
}

Note: I've prefixed mshtml to everything but if your're using mshtml; then you will not need this :-)
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