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How can  I open internet explorer windows and control which one is in the foreground?

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How can  I open internet explorer windows and control which one is in the foreground?
Let me know if I'm being too vague.
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If you want to control your native IE windows.
Propably, there is no way using .NET

Make your own Browser..
Use the IE control on a form and  open the URLs in that form, when clicking on a URL open another instance of that Form.
Now as you have both the form refernece, you can control. them
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Thanks alot. Could you be more specific on how I would create my own browser. I know in the toolbox there is a microsoft browser under windows forms but how do I get the controls?

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