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How to capture text or complete HTML from a opened screen on Windows using C#

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How to capture text or complete HTML from a opened screen on Windows using C# ?
I am not asking about screen scrapping .
I want to get text of open web page on my desktop.
Purpose is to read chatting and save them as history from a web based/Browser based chating client. My browser will be Internet Explorer only.
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try this
http://gruntbuggly.blogspot.com/2008/03/c-test-automation-with-internet.html

if it's not what you want , then you should use hooking  i think.
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