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Opening Up Internet Explorer In Application C#

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I need some help here. I have a program I am building and I would like it to have a feature where a Text Box and Button are the visible parts. I would like them to put in the address in the text box and click go. Please help.

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You could use the Process.Start(string, string) method.

System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("IExplore.exe", TextBox1.Text);

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