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You can use the ExecWB method to print the content inside a WebBrowser control. In addition, you can use ExecWB to change the font size of the text that is displayed in a WebBrowser control that is embedded in Microsoft Visual Basic application. This article demonstrates how to use ExecWB in this way.
You can use ExecWB and pass the OLECMDID_ZOOM command as the cmdID parameter to retrieve the current value of the zoom level. Zoom level refers to the current font size of the text that Internet Explorer shows; it is equivalent to the value that is specified as Text Size on the View menu of Internet Explorer.
After you retrieve the current value of the font size, you can set it to a different value. The default value should be 2, which corresponds with Medium in the graphical user interface menu. Because the option allows both 2 levels greater and 2 levels smaller, the valid range for the zoom level is 0 through 4, in which 0 is smallest and 4 is largest. The OLECMDID_GETZOOMRANGE command returns the valid range for the font size, which should be from 0 to 4.
The following steps demonstrate how to add this functionality into your custom browser:
For more information, see the following Microsoft Web sites:
ExecWB MethodFor additional information about changing the font size of a WebBrowser control that is hosted inside a Microsoft Visual C++ application, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
156693For more information about developing Web-based solutions for Microsoft Internet Explorer, visit the following Microsoft Web sites:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/156693/EN-US/ )SAMPLE: IEZoom.exe Changes the Font Size of the WebBrowser Control
Article ID: 304103 - Last Review: May 11, 2006 - Revision: 3.0
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