Web browser control in Visual Studio .Net 2005 (J#)

Posted on 2009-03-31
Last Modified: 2013-12-17
Hi all

I am using the web browser control in visual studio .net 2005 (J#). I need to select & copy certain text content in the document.

I am using the attached code, but it returns the html source of the document not the text.

String x;
x = webBrowser1.get_DocumentText();

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Question by:ehmf
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What is it you are after - ie what is the "text" ?

Expert Comment

ID: 24027415
how you want to select the text ?
via code ?
Can you explain your question ?
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jinal earned 500 total points
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Hello ,

Try to use following way. I am giving you C# example and it will help you out.

In button click of form.

textbox1.Text = Clipboard.GetText();

To select all text

textbox1.Text = Clipboard.GetText();

Let me know if you still have any problem.

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