1) Open web page in Internet Explorer
2) From the menu select File/Save As...
3) In the "Save Web Page" dialog set "Save as type" to "TextFile (*.txt)
4) Give the file a name and a location and click the "Save" button
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hello, I was just wondering is it possible to include a dll in the resources of a exe and then when the exe starts maybe copy them in the exe's directory(programaticly) and use them from there(I mean so that the exe can load the required functions from these dlls).
Or can dll functions of dlls inclouded as resources be called from the exe, I don't think they can.
You can do that, although it's somewhat of a pain. You simply add the DLL as a custom resource at build-time. At run-time, you get the binary data for that resource and save it to file, then you can LoadLibary on the DLL and run its functions.
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