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Tip: Copy the WebBrowser Control's Text into Windows Clipboard

Learn to use the ExecCommand method to copy text.


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The WebBrowser control's document object gives us the ExecCommand method that takes in dom commands, such as 'SelectAll', and 'Copy' that can copy the text for you. You need to add a button (btnCopyHTML in my example) and add the text below to its click event.

private void btnCopyHTML_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
   HtmlDocument document = myWebBrowser.Document; 
   if (document != null)
   { 
      document.ExecCommand("SelectAll", false, null); 
      document.ExecCommand("Copy", false, null); }
   }
}

 



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