How to: Create an HTML Document Viewer in a Windows Forms Application
You can use the WebBrowser control to display and print HTML documents without providing the full functionality of an Internet Web browser. This is useful when you want to take advantage of the formatting capabilities of HTML but do not want your users to load arbitrary Web pages that may contain untrusted Web controls or potentially malicious script code. You might want to restrict the capability of the WebBrowser control in this manner, for example, to use it as an HTML e-mail viewer or to provide HTML-formatted help in your application.
Set the Url property to the location of the initial file to display.
This example requires:
A WebBrowser control named
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