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Run the full IE with all the toolbars and 'options' in a window and/or custom control

I need to run IE in Windows Form.. I'd like to do it in a custom control, with the FULL  functionality of IE. Not just the standard Web Browser Control.
Any ideas ?
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JElster
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zstafaCommented:
Do you want to run ie in a form or do you want to open ie from a form?
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JElsterAuthor Commented:
Run IE in a Form... thanks!.. in a small panel or something like it..
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zstafaCommented:
If you start an ie process from your form you can control the size and position of the ie window. Does it have to be docked in the form?
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JElsterAuthor Commented:
Yes... I need in a form... or user control.
I know how to start it from a process.. thx
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JElsterAuthor Commented:
I need it in C#... any other ideas?
Any ideas how I run the entire IE in a window?
Thanks...
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armoghanCommented:
You can make the above mentioned link as a User control, a dll, and add it in your C# project
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armoghanCommented:
these two are in C#, not as much comprehensive as the VB.NET link but can be used as starting point

specially the first link
http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/webbrowser.asp

http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/mshtml_automation.asp
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