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Hi Experts,
I`m building a webnavigator, and i would like to have on my ToolStripStatusLabel1.Text to have: WebBrowser1.Url() , but i get: Error      1      Value of type 'System.Uri' cannot be converted to 'String'.      C:\Projects\Visual Studio Projects\WebNavigator\WindowsApplication1\Form1.vb      34      38      WindowsApplication1

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Can you try this:

webBrowser1.Url.ToString()
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thanks
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