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An ASP.NET control that will render HTML

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Is there an ASP.NET control which will render an HTML string to the page?  I want to be able to define a particular area on a form which will take a fully marked HTML and render it properly when the page is displayed.  Of course the form itself does this, but I want to define a particular area on the form.  Html elements won't work since they are not designed for html markup.  Anyone know of an ASP.NET control or a technique to accomplish this?

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kraffay earned 125 total points
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Use the Literal control.  You can set its text property to anything and it will stream to page.
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Thank you very much!  I somehow missed checking this one.
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