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HTMLEdit Sample: Wraps the Internet Explorer MSHTML Editing Control

The HTMLEdit sample shows how to use the MFC classes that wrap the Internet Explorer WebBrowser ActiveX control. In editing mode, the WebBrowser ActiveX control exposes what you see is what you get (WYSIWYG) editing functionality. The MFC library provide classes (CHtmlEditView and CHtmlEditDoc) that host the MSHTML editing control in a window class and provide convenient wrapper classes for the control's properties, methods, and events.

For more information on the WebBrowser ActiveX control, see WebBrowser Control in Internet Explorer Development.

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To get samples and instructions for installing them:

To access samples from Visual Studio

  • On the Help menu, click Samples.

    By default, these samples are installed in drive:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Samples\.

  • For the most recent version of this sample and a list of other samples, see Visual Studio Samples on the MSDN Web site.

You must install Internet Explorer version 5 or later to get the proper editing functionality in the WebBrowser ActiveX control.

To build and run the HTMLEdit sample

  1. Open the solution HTMLEdit.sln.

  2. On the Build menu, click Build.

  3. Run the HTMLEdit application.

HTMLEdit opens a simple SDI application similar in appearance to Notepad. The user can enter text in the view and then apply different HTML formats using either the toolbar or by hand.

This sample demonstrates the following keywords:

CHtmlEditView, CHtmlEditDoc

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Some samples, such as this one, have not been modified to reflect the changes in the Visual C++ wizards, libraries, and compiler, but still demonstrate how to complete your desired task.

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