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using WebBrowser control to open an Office document-Opens in new window

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I am trying to open Web browser contrl to open Offuce document excel/mdb but opens in separate window. Any help What is missing..I am using http://support.microsoft.com/kb/243058.
 ItThe main form doe snot open doc ..instead shows like this
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Greetings rishaan,

See if this link will help you out.  

http://forums.techarena.in/windows-software/1321805.htm

Regards,

Keith
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I am using same code..But it opens separately and not in web browser..What part of code make sit happen. I am using VS 2008.
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by:rishaan
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Thanks ..There was a link in your recommened site for FIX. This hellped to open Excel in Webbrowser but can we open Access also in web browser?
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Rishaan,

I don't think it is possible to open an Access database from a webbrowser control.   Perhaps one of the other experts could verify this as I may be wrong.

Regards,

Keith
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Rishaan,

Just a point of clarification on my last post.  I know you can publish Access data to a web page that users can then interact with.  You could then point the webbrowser control navigation to that page.   However, I don't believe that is what you were looking for.   Again, maybe another expert could verify this.

Keith
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Is there no window registry fix availble for Access as for Excel/word/powerpoint at http://forums.techarena.in/windows-software/1321805.htm ?
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It is my understanding that you are trying to browse to an existing Office document and open it in a web browser control.  I do not believe that you can open an Access database this way.   Again, I may be wrong on this.

Have you tested trying to open Access from the Webbrowser control?    Does it open at all?
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by:rishaan
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I am opening Access form on click of a button but its opening in a seaparate window rather than in web browser control like it started working for Excel,Word etc...I  have  a.Net project based on Access database where I show difeernet charts and want to add the powerful filter functionality of Access form...
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I think Access does not integrate with Internet Explorer the way Word/Excel do.

You can try this

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/miscctrl/AppControl.aspx
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