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New IE Process & variable length scrolling

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#1 what is that variable length scrolling stuff on this forum, it
seems to be a bug that messes up my searches.

#2 More Importantly. I have developed an Internet Explorer Toolbar
(Band Object) which invokes a webpage when a button is pressed. I
want to change the size of that webpage, but when I do things like
Explorer.Width=400 It modifies the instance of explorer the button is
invoked from....rather than the one that I launch. How do I
reference the second instance of IE? C# preferred.

object o = null;
object target = "TBAR";
Explorer.Navigate("C:\\test.html?"+PercentCommand, ref o, ref
target, ref o, ref o);
Explorer.ToolBar=0;
Explorer.MenuBar=false;

//Explorer.Visible=false;
Explorer.Height=200;
Explorer.Width=200;
Explorer.StatusBar=false;
Explorer.AddressBar=false;

Thank You!! :P
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