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What object should I use to incorporate a mini browser in a VB 6 form ?

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Hi,

Sorry if this is an obvious question, but I'd like to get moving on the right foot.

I'm writing an application that generates SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) files and I'd like the user to be able to see a thumbnail of of the file on a form.  I'm not sure what would be the best object to include on the form in order to do this.  Does anybody have any suggestions.

Thanks in advance.

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