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I Want to create HTML page with my dynamic data and then want to store this page on harddisk in

It's very simple! Write a class to generate your custom html page and this class will use System.IO namespace and the methods you need to use steamwriter to generate the html tags.

for example,
StringBuilder HTML = new StringBuilder();
 String NewLine = System.Environment.NewLine;

"<HTML>" + NewLine + "<head>" + NewLine);
 HTML.Append("<title>" + TextBox2.Text.ToString() + "</title>" + NewLine + "</head>" + NewLine);

Hope it will helps. Try to google you will find so many examples like this.

Happy coding:)
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Here[^] is a simple example given for creating html content runtime.

After creating text using StringBuilder check this[^] discussion for storing html file in your harddrive.

Above two discussion will solve your problem

-Amit Gajjar.
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