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WebBrowser - forward and back buttons

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I have created a form that uses the WebBrowser control.  Is there a way to code for a back and forward button?  Off hand, I think I would have to store the URL information somewhere, then navigate to the correct web page, depending on which button was pressed.

Has anyone done this before?  Can you give me some sample code to make this work?

Thank you!
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Carl Tawn earned 500 total points
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I think the WebBrowser control has GoForward() and GoBack() methods that you can call.
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It works great!  Thank you!
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