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I’m creating a window’s form application that will have a series of “do it” buttons and a large scrollable text area for feedback.
The feedback might be something like:

Item 1 completed
Item 2 completed
Warning: I had problems
Item 3 completed
Error: That was a serious problem
Item 4 failed
Item 5 completed


During the feedback I’d want to highlight words like Warning and Error so they pop out.

I tried using a RichTextBox, but it really only allows one selection at a time. I can highlight “Warning” on the fly, but when I try to then highlight “error” I change the selected area and “Warning” goes back to standard text.

My thought was to create a WebBrowser object instead of a RichTextBox object, then format it with HTML. But I can’t seem to find the right syntax to create the browser object, not give it a URL, then be able to build the HTML code on the fly from within my program.

Anyone know of the proper way to create a scrollable text box where I can format the text on the fly as my process runs?
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