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Getting the last visited URL (C#)

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Anyone know a way to get the last visited URL? I tried reading the History object (in Documents and Settings\Local Settings) but it's not a real file so it's invisible to File.IO

Any thoughts? I've seen some apps before that are able to grab Interet Explorer's history. (nici image download being one example)
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http://www.codeproject.com/useritems/IE_Activity_Monitor.asp?df=100&forumid=229256&exp=0&select=1340098

this tutorial should guide you through everything you want and more!
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