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Using COM: Internet Explorer

Posted on 2006-07-08
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Hello,

I know the delphi component "TWebBrowser" that imports the Internet Explorer View into a windows form. Then you can load websites etc within your own application through an IE-View-Component... So its easy to write your own explorer if you want to do that (i want to display HTML-Mails)....

So does somebody know how i can import the internet explorer into a .NET-Form?? (I think I have to use the COM interfaces)

Thanks for advance...
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In .NET application you can use WebBrowser control available in the Toolbox. See System.Windows.Forms.WebBrowser class.
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by:LenWinSonSoft
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Ops... I don't saw it...

May happen ;)...
 I think this component is self describing...

Thanks for advance...
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