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Render HTML without retrieving web material

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I would like to take a segement of a string that contains HTML encoded text.
Then I want to render (I hope that is the right term) into a page in memory
(a stream or string). I want to be able have the "Visual" appearence of the
output without comments, headers, tags, etc.

I believe the .Body property will give me the "innertext". Will this be the
rendered output?

What I don't want to do, is run any jscript, vbscript, or retrieve anything
from the internet. Is there a way to do this?

I also want to run this in a VB.Net application with or without current
access to the internet. So, I don't want to use ASP.Net.

Please forgive me if I am using any of the wrong terminology. I have not
been able to keep up with all the terms and concepts.

If someone can point me in the right direction, I will be able to figure out
the code. There are so many ways to approach things in Dotnet that it is
easy to spend many hours looking in the wrong direction.

Thank you in Advance,

Ken
Nov 22 '05 #1
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