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ActiveX - Webbrowser Control VB6

All!
I posted a query a while ago as to how one can 'draw' lines on the
webbrowser control (as on an 'imported' chart). I'm re-asking that
query, plus another. The new one is - How can one Center a portion of,
say, an imported chart/document within the webbrowser control?
Otherwords, the bottom-right portion of the chart/document is what I
want to be centered when I import the chart/document.
Thanks...

Jul 17 '05 #1
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A WB is IE. If you want to affect
the current document you can use the
IE DOM through the WB.Document.
To get the DOM in Intellisense
reference MSHTML.TLB.

I don't know about drawing lines. Maybe
by writing ________ or using a picture?
With your chart you could probably put it
into a table and use the ALIGN property
to move it. A lot can be done by
creating textRange objects and using
pasteHMTL, move, etc. to change the HTML
of the document.
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All!
I posted a query a while ago as to how one can 'draw' lines on the
webbrowser control (as on an 'imported' chart). I'm re-asking that
query, plus another. The new one is - How can one Center a portion of,
say, an imported chart/document within the webbrowser control?
Otherwords, the bottom-right portion of the chart/document is what I
want to be centered when I import the chart/document.
Thanks...

Jul 17 '05 #2

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