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Hi, i have webbrowser control which i use to design a IHTMLDocument2. This control basically acts like a word processor to the user but i need the output in html to send in an email (hence the reason for not using a rtb). Now, because my space is rather limited im giving the user the option to pop the control and toolbars associated with this in a new window to allow them to make it bigger smaller etc.etc. The pop up work fine however i cant seem to copy across the existing data from one of the controls to the other. When i try the control im going to doesnt display it and doesnt allow me to edit it.

i need the htmldocument to be passed back and forth so all the data created in the "embedded" control copys to the "floating" control and all the stuff then created in the "floating" control ends up back in the "embedded" control.

I hope someone can help,
thanks,
Piercy
Jun 4 '08 #1
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