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How to Take a screenshot of Webbrowser1 in Visual Basic 6?

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Is there any code in visual basic 6 that allows you to take a screenshot of the webbrowser1 control? Thanks!
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I didn't write the code in the attached application but you can use its code using CaptureWindow to take a picture of any window using it's handle.

Capture.zip
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While the code I posted is a nice little app, it doesn't actually work in this case because I just discovered that the Webbrowser control doesn't have an hwnd:( It could be figured out I assume, but Idle_Mind's link looks like a good solution.
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