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_IECreateEmbedded Bevel

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Could anyone help me figure out how to remove the bevel that _IECreateEmbedded() creates?

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If it's not called the bevel, it's probably called the client edge of the control.

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And it's not _IECreateEmbedded(), but rather GUI* controls and attributes that will affect the GUI adornments (with the exception of scroll bars which can be turned off with $oIE.document.body.scroll = "no" after the document load is complete).

Dale


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