Get HTML from Webbrowser control in VB6

I'm sure this has been asked plenty of times, but how can I get the HTML from a page opened in the webbrowser control in VB6? And I need it as a variable, not opened in notepad or something.
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Ryan ChongCommented:
try this maybe:

WebBrowser1.Document.documentElement.Outerhtml
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hesCommented:
Dim WithEvents Web1 As InternetExplorer
Dim strHtml As String
Dim blnComp As Boolean

Private Sub Form_Load()
Set Web1 = New InternetExplorer
Web1.Navigate "www.experts-exchange.com"
Do While blnComp = False
  DoEvents
Loop
strHtml = Web1.Document.body.innerHTML ' contains the html of the page

End Sub


Private Sub Web1_DocumentComplete(ByVal pDisp As Object, url As Variant)
 blnComp = True
End Sub
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hesCommented:
Mine suggestion has worked for a long time :)
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