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HTML editor control for c# Windows Forms Project

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I have a .Net 4 Windows Forms project with Visual Studio 2010 using c#.

Currently I have a textbox where a user can enter raw html.  I would like them to be able to create and edit the HTML using a more sophisticated WYSIWYG interface.  I need only basic elements: bold, unordered lists, and paragrah breaks.
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In the end I used WinformHtmlTextBox 1.0  found here
http://winformhtmltextbox.codeplex.com/

Your links set me on the right path...thanks!
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