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WebBrowser control, Forward button never enabled with MSIE 7

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I have a WebBrowser control with Back and Forward buttons, implemented pretty much as described here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/811603

Everything works fine on my system, which runs MSIE 6.  Specifically, when I click the Back button, the Forward button is enabled.  

However, client says that on their systems with MSIE 7, the Forward button never gets enabled after a Back.  

Is anyone aware of a change in MSIE 7 to CommandStateChange that might be causing this?
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It works for me, Ihave ie7 and 2008

Do you have this line on the top?
Private Const CSC_NAVIGATEFORWARD As Integer = 1
    Private Const CSC_NAVIGATEBACK As Integer = 2


print out the  e.command from AxWebBrowser1_CommandStateChange
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I never figured this out.  I wound up coding my own forward and back.
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