WebBrowser Control Part III

I previously posted about the WebBrowser control in two parts.  Part one here and part two here both having to do with Windows Mobile devices.  On my current project we had a requirment to display some rich formated text so I figured why not use a browser control instead of the RichTextBox control.  On the full framework there is no ‘default control’ that loads up in the toolbox for web a web browser control, but if you add “shdocvw.dll” (found under Windows\System32) to your toolbox controls you get the Microsoft Web Browser ActiveX control.  Now all you have to do is drop the control in your form and you have a web browser.  Man desktop developers have it too easy!!

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