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VB application to launch a htm file as an active desktop.

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I want to have an exe application, file made in VB that sets my (Active)Desktop wallpaper lauching a file named Desktop.htm, I do not have the programming software and I need a solution quite urgently.  I have tried to do it using batch files and such like but in the end it has to be done in VB, can anyone please help me this is urgent!

It is to run on Windows 98/ME/XP/2000/NT

Thanks in advance.

 
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Cheers dude, for your simple but very effective help, it got me sorted,
Thanks again

P.S How di I assign the points & close the question?
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