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Hi KeefeJohnson...this is for your help

( http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_20916940.html )

Please accept!

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After figuring out that solution, I started using it in my own program, and it works very well for me too.

Thanks!
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Really?  Great!

I am trying to do it without loading any files, because the user may involuntarily press Refresh key inside the control or may type something and press the refresh key and lose the data.  Involves lots of concatenation...:-))

Thanks anyway, I am working on it.



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About losing the data in the textbox... Your program could keep track of what is in the textbox so when the DocumentComplete event happens, you can put it back.

And some more information that I found out from working on my program:
If you don't want the user to be able to drop a link on the webbrowser control to change pages, set the RegisterAsDropTarget property to False.
If you don't want the menu to popup when you right click in the control, use this code: <BODY oncontextmenu="window.event.returnValue = false">
You can also use the BeforeNavigate2 event to cancel a navigate (clicking on a link), but you'll have to allow the first navigate (loading the page with the textbox)
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Wow...Keefe...this is really cool!

Good to hear this.  This solves the main problem too, disabling the user intervention (other than typing in the textbox) on the browser control.

Thank you so much!

I feel good to have met you. :-)

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