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Creating a Webbrowser Link

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Hi, I'm using a tool called "Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition", and I made this webbrowser (Sucks) and when I click the button called "Google", i want it to navigate the browser, I almost had luck typing
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  1. btnGoogle.click(webbrowser1.navigate.url.google.com)
I know it has problems
Apr 24 '07 #1
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I hear people use VB 6.0, I don't know where to get it.
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Apr 25 '07 #3

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:) Don't be impatient. For starters, we're all in different timezones. (Australia in my case.)

Ok, I see from your other posts that you're using VB2005 Express, or whatever. Seems as though you'd be crazy to switch to a 9-10 year old version.
Apr 25 '07 #4

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Hi, I'm using a tool called "Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition", and I made this webbrowser (Sucks) and when I click the button called "Google", i want it to navigate the browser, I almost had luck typing
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  1. btnGoogle.click(webbrowser1.navigate.url.google.com)
I know it has problems
What do you excatly want. From within your VB program you need to launch the browser and open up google. Is that your requirement.

-ansuman sahu
Apr 25 '07 #5

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