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Embedding IE inside a windows form, is it any sample code?

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Hi all,
I'd like to use html/xml/xsl for rendering views in a windows form client. I
assume I should embed IE inside a windows form in order to show the form
inside a MDI form. I should also capture events from the IE at the windows
form level. Can you point me to any hints, sample code?

Thanks in advance
Sammy
Nov 22 '05 #1
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Sammy,

Have you taken a look at the WebBrowser control in .NET 2.0? If you
arent using .NET 2.0, you can right click on the toolbox in VS.NET and add
the WebBrowser control under the COM tab on the dialog that comes up when
you customize the toolbox.

Hope this helps.
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Hi all,
I'd like to use html/xml/xsl for rendering views in a windows form client.
I assume I should embed IE inside a windows form in order to show the form
inside a MDI form. I should also capture events from the IE at the windows
form level. Can you point me to any hints, sample code?

Thanks in advance
Sammy

Nov 22 '05 #2

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