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Win32 equivalent of Windows Mobile htmlview.lib

Posted on 2009-07-10
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I've an app on Windows Mobile where I use the HTMLViewer control (InitHTMLControl, etc.)

What is the equivalent approach on desktop Win32?
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The Win32 equivalent is IE (through IWebBrowser2) - see http://www.codeproject.com/KB/miscctrl/simplebrowserformfc.aspx ("Using the WebBrowser control, simplified.") or alternatively http://www.codeproject.com/KB/static/xhtmlstatic.aspx ("XHTMLStatic - An Extra-Lean Custom Control to Display HTML")
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Gotcha, thanks that is what I was looking for. You're the man jkr. I wish I knew 1/2 as much about Windows API as you. I spent too many formative years doing pure UNIX development and now my brain is getting too old to learn new tricks.. :)

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