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HTML Directly from wintin the EXE...

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Just as in this topic made by a guest: http://www.thescripts.com/forum/thread439633.html

I need a line of HTML to be loaded directly into the WebBrowser from within the EXE itself to eliminate linking outwith to a HTML file.

Note: I tired using WebBrowser1.Navigate "about:" but as soon as you type a " " (space) it turns it into the HTML code %20 and stops it from loading... HOWEVER it does -fit- in the navigation - so if I can get around this it will be much easier.

"Well the HTML isn't really generated, it's already stored in an ODBC
database that my VB program is connected to, so i've decided to load it
into a standard recordset then use browsername.document.write to just
write directly to the control."

I don't understand this, I'm not bad at VB6 and understand quite a lot but I don't know what ODBC and recordset is - so if someone can explaine where to put what and how to make the browser use it from there it would be *perfect*

Thanksssss - Seith
Nov 24 '06 #1
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